Carmilla, A journalism student, meets a group of kids that play a role-game called "Eternal Blood". She gets interested in this hobby by "M", a young man she met in a philosophy seminar. "M... See full summary »
Carmilla, A journalism student, meets a group of kids that play a role-game called "Eternal Blood". She gets interested in this hobby by "M", a young man she met in a philosophy seminar. "M" gets Carmilla into the role game; but in a strange party at an abandoned house, the group meet "Dahmer", an unusual young man who makes rituals about vampirism and shortly he begins influencing his friends. "M" realizes the situation is unusual and that some of them are actually being transformed into vampires. In the investigation of the origin of these myths, "M" finds the way to revert the group's process. The philosophy professor gives him some texts about this issue that might help him find the way to save their souls... Written by
This Latin film is really amazing. A group of young people has a singular game on vampires. But they need another member and they look for a girl dressed black, nothing badly for the occasion. But they without knowledge that really is happening, begin to confuse the thin line of the reality. At the outset it can seem a simple film of vampires, but soon this begins to transform itself into very dark nightmare, with good special effects, but with good actors, something very rare for this type of films I don't tell much about the plot to ruin the surprise. This film does not have million of the American industry, but it has much creativity, well-taken care of line of vision. I did not know that it was a Latin film (from Chile) until seeing an exhibition here in Mexico. Is brilliant to see an original work!
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