Dracula, Pages From a Virgin's Diary

Dracula, Pages From a Virgin's Diary

Director: Guy Maddin Cast: Zhang Wei-Qiang, Tara Birtwhistle, David Moroni

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Product Details

Release Date: 05/18/2004
UPC: 0795975105132
Original Release: 2002
Rating: NR
Source: Zeitgeist Films
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [silent]
Time: 1:15:00
Sales rank: 41,615

Special Features

Audio commentary by director Guy Maddin; Behind-the-scenes television special featuring interviews with Maddin, producer Vonnie Von Helmolt and choreographer Mark Godden; Video piece on the construction of the sets; Radio interviews with Maddin and Von Helmolt; Extensive production photo gallery

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Zhang Wei-Qiang Dracula
Tara Birtwhistle Lucy
David Moroni Von Helsing
Cindy Marie Small Mina
Johnny Wright Jonathan

Technical Credits
Guy Maddin Director,Screenwriter
Paul Daigle Costumes/Costume Designer
Deco Dawson Editor
Russ Dyck Sound/Sound Designer
Danishka Esterhazy Associate Producer
Mark Godden Choreography
Vonnie Von Helmut Producer
Bruce Little Sound/Sound Designer
Lesley Oswald Co-producer
Deanne Rohde Production Designer
Robert Sherwin Executive Producer
Paul Suderman Cinematographer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. "Master Is Coming!" [7:49]
2. Lucy Pursued [7:32]
3. Blood Transfusion [5:59]
4. "Vampyr!" [5:38]
5. The Bloofer Lady [7:20]
6. Un-Dead [5:06]
7. Harker and the Fleshpots [4:28]
8. Pink Convent [6:59]
9. Mina's Seduction [5:45]
10. "Unclean!" [5:00]
11. Petticoat [8:00]
12. Comes the Dawn [2:56]
13. End Credits [2:01]

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Dracula, Pages From a Virgin's Diary 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Bugaboo More than 1 year ago
Inspired by the world of silent cinema and featuring exquisite choreography, this film truly is a unique and original work of art. In a mere 75 minutes it is able to encapsulate subtle details and themes in Stoker's work and give them new meaning. The art design and cinematography are both top-notch and the music is dramatic and evocative. By far one of the best and most intriguing adaptations of the classic book.