Belgium's vampire community invites a documentary crew to film one of their families: husband, wife, and two teen children - Georges, Bertha, Sampson, and Grace. The teens have problems: ... See full summary »

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Carlo Ferrante ...
George
Vera Van Dooren ...
Bertha
Pierre Lognay ...
Samson
Fleur Lise Heuet ...
Grâce
Bénédicte Bantuelle ...
La viande
Batiste Sornin ...
Bienvenu
Selma Alaoui ...
Elisabeth
Arnaud Maillard ...
Steve
Paul Ahmarani ...
Adélard
Julien Doré ...
Jean-Paul
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Eva
Thomas Coumans ...
Le petit ami de Grâce
Vincent Lannoo ...
L'interviewer
Florette Fichefet ...
La professeure de morsure
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Belgium's vampire community invites a documentary crew to film one of their families: husband, wife, and two teen children - Georges, Bertha, Sampson, and Grace. The teens have problems: Sampson wants to sleep with the community leader's wife (the only sexual taboo) and Grace wears pink and wants to be human. The family eats (they keep a young woman for snacks, and the police drop off immigrants for them), visits their community school, chats with a coffin maker, goes to parties, and looks down their nose at a childless vampire couple who live in their basement. We learn of the vampire code, forced exile in Canada, and the fate of the Sampson and Grace. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Comedy | Fantasy | Horror

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1 September 2010 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Vampire - Verstecken war gestern!  »

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Sometimes the vampires don't have a reflection in mirrors (Samson on the train) and sometimes they do (the vampire driving a car with the second film crew, Samson playing guitar). See more »

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best vampire satire ever
29 June 2014 | by (u.s.a) – See all my reviews

This was not your typical played out blood sucker flick.This is so refreshing after a slew of films that rely on special effects or soft core to sell tickets,i caught this gem on Netflix instant .This explained the evolution of vampires from the impaler to modern day.In this tongue in cheek hilarious mock documentary take on things rarely addressed in this genre.A series of well thought out interviews explore the family dynamics of teen angst,sibling rivalry,etiquette,dating,police,education,immigration ,infedelity,first love," death day" celebrations,homelessness,and integration into human society as well as the job force and political Snafu's.As well as the hideousness of the color pink.


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