A chronicle of the life of Bram Stoker, author of the classic novel Dracula.


(as Sinéad O'Brien)


(narration written by) (as Sinéad O'Brien), (narration written by)


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Credited cast:
Noel Dobbs ...
Himself - Great Grandson
Charlotte & Florence Stoker Letter Extracts
Roy Foster ...
Himself - Carroll Professor of Irish History
Christopher Frayling ...
Himself - Rector, Royal College of Art London (as Sir Christopher Frayling)
Luke Gibbons ...
Himself - Irish Studies, University of Notre Dame
Himself - Screenwriter & Producer
Narrator (voice)
Himself - Writer & Director
Michael Kilgarriff ...
Himself - Actor & Writer
Owen Killian ...
Himself - Actor
Sean Lennon ...
Himself - Artist & Writer
Dennis McIntyre ...
Himself - Stoker's Dracula Organisation
Paul Murray ...
Himself - Author of 'From the Shadow of Dracula
David Norris ...
Himself (as Senator David Norris)


The documentary details the life of legendary writer Bram Stoker. It also tells about people that may have influenced him to write, espesially the masterpiece "Dracula". Researches explain why Bram Stoker's own life may be directly linked through his work, and horror legend Christopher Lee tells his audience that the only way that he will playing the role again is if the filmstudios follows the novel by the letter. John Hurt reads a few highlights from Bram stoker's book. Written by Dan K Gigernes

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Release Date:

6 December 2003 (Norway)  »

Also Known As:

Bram Stoker, a Drakula írója  »

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1.33 : 1
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