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I totally dislike this movie and here are the reasons:
In my point of view, a film director ought to do a little research before making such a movie, which includes chapters of another country's traditions and geographical elements. So I'm complaining because, as a Romanian citizen, I feel frustrated and most offended by the things which characterize typical Romanians, cities, names and such. Also i want to point out some of the mistakes I saw in the movie: -There is no Wolfsberg city in Romania, that being a German name and also the city in the movie looks alike a German city, for example Lubeck; -Romanians do not have a Russian accent when they speak English, nor do they have Serbian names like Goran; -A typical Romanian car wouldn't be a New York Yellow Cab or a Volkswagen, instead it would be a classic Dacia; -Romanians don't dream about going to "America" (USA), Great Britain sounds better; -and the last but not least, you misspelled "larvă de viEspe" and also grammatical correct would be "coadă de scorpion" not "scorpion coadă"
I think due to the imagination of some movie directors, foreigners are getting a wrong idea about Romanians. We are not part werewolves, part blood thirsty vampires, part gypsy. Dracula was not a Transylvanian medieval blood thirsty ruler, instead he was the ruler of the medieval state called The Romanian Country.
So for an ignorant, this movie is perfect. But for someone a little bit educated, who knows essential Geography and History, this movie is complete rubbish.
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