Good, well-made vampire movie with a focus in politics. In the late 19th century, Argentine representative goes to Valachia in a diplomatic assignment. There he finds a girl. But what could be a beautiful love story becomes a nightmare when he finds out that a) she is a vampire, b) she has already bitten his neck... Back to Buenos Aires, to protect himself, he decides to sleep for a long time. 100 years later he wakes up in a very different world. Not exactly a horror film, this "To live kills" adds some new and interesting ideas to the vampire tradition. Not a great movie but good enough to attract fans of different genres. Cast includes Argentine star Cecilia Roth (from Pedro Almodovar's "All About My Mother").
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