|Beautiful. Seductive. Deadly.|
June 28, 2013 (limited)
Number 9 Films, Demarest Films, Lipsync Productions, Parallel Films, West End Films
This film is Also Known As:
"A Vampire Story"
Gemma Arterton, Saoirse Ronan, Caleb Landry Jones, Sam Riley, Daniel Mays, Thure Lindhardt, Gabriela Marcinkova
Director: Neil Jordan
Screenwriter: Moira Buffini
|Script: Play Adaptation|
Genre: Fantasy, Thriller, Drama, Period
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April 29, 2012 - 16:32
Hi Matt,I just saw the film, in large part because of your rodmmoencatien. I liked it a lot, although not unreservedly. I don't think any of your questions have a definitive answer (unless the writer or director responds), but here's my take.1) Unknown, probably unimportant. Perhaps we are meant to understand that it could have been any of us.2) I never got the sense that she was a man. I just assumed the hermaphrodite reference was simply to make the bad guy seem creepier.3) I'd have to watch it again with that question in mind.4) At the time, I assumed it just characterized her as someone obsessive-compulsive enough to even cause her own bleeding when she flossed. Or suggesting that her attempts to clean up her own life were going to cause her to suffer. However, you bad wolf idea is intriguing as she did walk out of the wolf's mouth at the end.5) The second answer, as Hanna was in a way Marissa's child.All in all, a good film. Thanks for the rodmmoencatien.