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Kid reviews for Bram Stoker's Dracula | Common Sense Media
The tragedy of the Dracula story is of course the love story behind it. These effects help illustrate the strange and ethereal feel of the complex story, giving the film its fantastical tone and helping to create a fable-like atmosphere. Now he must earn her love again. The young handsome heart-throb brought young people to the cinema.
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An instant success upon release, the book birthed a generation of interest in the paranormal, and various adaptations of the story from the past century have helped to shape our understanding and fascination with vampires. However you read it, Dracula is a story that carries the rich potency of its allure to this day. Very few films based on the novel strictly adhere to the story in its entirety. Characters are dropped, added or condensed into one figure, subplots are removed or replaced, things can get very sexy or very creepy, depending on the choices made, and the roles of the women can vary wildly as a result. Even by Coppola standards, his take on Dracula is a lush, feverish and grandly executed tale, chock full of impeccable details, set and costume designs to die for, and an overall mood stuck somewhere between pulp thriller and erotic dream.
We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Count Dracula played by Claes Bang has been reimagined many times since novelist Bram Stoker created the fictional beast back in and since the first publication, there have been different interpretations of the blood thirsty vampire. As well as being a grotesque monster on the inside, the prince of darkness has always had some sort of sexual allure to his being and in a time where sex scenes are rampant in thrillers and dramas, writer for the latest BBC adaption, Steven Moffat, did not believe they were needed. The scriptwriter has collaborated with Sherlock co-creator Mark Gatiss to bring yet another version of the period drama to life, capturing all the suspense and terror you would expect.