A film investigator's uncovering of the private diary of Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau leads him to discover the secret hidden beneath the history of Nosferatu, a secret related to a mysterious group seeking the secret of eternal life.
In 1922, filmmaker Friedrich W. Murnau directed his own version of the classic horror novel Dracula. Years later, the film was destroyed due to copyright reasons. However, several copies survived. When Icarus Sherrinford, a film restorer, attempts to recover the film, he discovers a long hidden plot to achieve eternal life. Written by
I've seen the film and its very expressive, I think that is a great job where you can experiment a good sensation, a mixture of fear and suspense around the film. The film is a good mixture of terror, fantasy and gag (in some moments)that involves at spectator in an special atmosphere I want give regards to all the staff because they have done a great film without big expansive costs. I expect that this'd be the start of the way to hall of fame in Hollywood and the first step to the way to Oscar's nomination, perhaps is very soon to say this but the talent is here and it'll not be unperceived. ¡Congratulations guys, good job! Good Luck!!
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