This film, created by editing together three live-performances of a musical produced in Stockholm, re-tells Bram Stoker's famous vampire novel, by restoring often neglected elements and adding new ones. An elderly Mina Murray tells a reporter of her and her husbands terrifying adventures in Transylvania. Written by
A rock musical based on the classic by Bram Stoker
20 August 2010 (Sweden)
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Budget: SEK 150,000
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To simulate van Helsing's accent, Love Bonnier spoke intentionally with strange grammar errors. He kept his accent while singing. His accent appears to disappear while performing "The Man Who Once Was", and then come back in the middle of the song. The reason for this might be that they edited in the soundtrack version of the song to achieve better sound quality. On the soundtrack, Bonnier did not use his accent. A proof of this is the fact that the accent is present in close ups, in other to achieve good lip sync. Another proof is the fact the sound quality of his voice is much lower than the other voices. See more
When Dracula is climbing a wall, wires are visible. See more
We are proud of his men, we go where others stop, we are people without ports and the Count's will is our law!
Children of the Night
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Performed by Axel Rydén and Raul Hamilton See more