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Alberto de Mendoza,
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I have immensely enjoyed some of director Leon Klimovsky's horror films, but this one is too melodramatic to be a good horror film. It concerns a woman (Emma Cohen) falling in love with an aristocratic-type vampire and the tragedy that ensues. There is one effective scene in a cemetary, but even such scenes as this are shot too dark to really be of any merit. A missed opporitunity; it could have been much better.
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