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The Nude Vampire Limited Edition (VF)

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The Nude Vampire Limited Edition (1970)
de Jean Rollin

Powerhouse Films - 24 avril 2024

Titre Original
: French: LPCM Mono (48kHz, 24-bit)
Sous-titres : English
Durée : 1h40
Format : Blu-ray Digipack Limited Edition / 3 montages / import UK
Zone : B
Genre : Horreur, Erotique

Wealthy and decadent industrialist Georges Radamante rules over a strange secret suicide cult and wants to achieve immortality by figuring out a way to share the biochemistry of a young mute orphaned vampire woman. Complications ensue when Radamante's son Pierre finds out what's going on and falls for the comely lass.

Contenu et Bonus
  • Brand-new 4K restoration from the original negative by Powerhouse Films
  • Original French and English mono soundtracks
  • Audio commentary with film historians Kevin Lyons and Jonathan Rigby (2024)
  • Jean Rollin Introduces ‘The Nude Vampire’ (1998)
  • Le Passage (2024): updated documentary on the making of The Nude Vampire by Rollin’s personal assistant, Daniel Gouyette, including interviews with key collaborators Natalie Perrey, Jean-Noël Delamarre, and Jean-Pierre Bouyxou
  • Fragment d’un dialogue (2024): extracts from selected interviews with Rollin conducted by Gouyette between 1998 and 2003
  • Interview with archivist Lucas Balbo exploring Rollin’s connection to the French anarchist union (2024)
  • Critical appreciation by author and film historian Virginie Sélavy (2024)
  • Original French and English theatrical trailers
  • Image gallery: promotional and publicity material, and behind the scenes
  • New and improved English translation subtitles for the French soundtrack
  • New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Limited edition exclusive 80-page book with a selection of new and archival writing including a new essay by David Jenkins, an archival introduction by director Jean Rollin, an archival interview with Rollin, and full film credits.