Greek Vampire Must Dance In Yiannis Veslemes' Trippy NORWAY

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Greek Vampire Must Dance In Yiannis Veslemes' Trippy NORWAY
Things have been weird in Greek cinema for a while now thanks to the rise of Yorgos Lanthimos and his ilk but they're about to get weird in a whole new way with the arrival of Yiannis Veslemes' Karlovy Vary selected, period set vampire picture Norway.

It's 1984 and pleaure-seeking vampire Zano arrives in Athens. The party's in full flow and things look promising but, as the evening wears on, Zano finds himself involved in an elaborate plot and ultimately has to make a tough decision: whether to compromise his ideals or risk his life. Using elements of steampunk in its artistic stylisation, the film could be taken as both a bizarre game or a scathing commentary on the situation in contemporary Greece.
Hugely stylized and theatrical the trailer for this looks like a big heap of fun. Check it out below.

Norway International Trailer from Horsefly productions on Vimeo.

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