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Nightlife (1989)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Horror | TV Movie 23 August 1989
At a museum of Mexico City arrives a perfectly conservated mumie. It is a vampire who has died years ago and who returns to life in search of his lost love Angelique. But unfortunately for ... See full summary »

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... Vlad
... Angelique
... Dr. David Zuckerman
Camille Saviola ... Rosa Mercedes
... Jose
... Bill
Gerardo Mayol ... First Gravedigger
Juan Antonio Llanes ... Second Gravedigger
Gerardo Paz ... Tour Guide
Gilberto Compan ... Technician
Gerardo Albarrán ... Man in Bar (as Gerardo Moreno)
Carlos González ... Policeman (as Carlos Gonzalez)
Marta Resnikoff ... Receptionist
... Old Man
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At a museum of Mexico City arrives a perfectly conservated mumie. It is a vampire who has died years ago and who returns to life in search of his lost love Angelique. But unfortunately for him the young woman has met a doctor and fallen in love with him who supplies her with the blood she needs to resist the vampire attacks. Written by Volker Boehm

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vampire | doctor | exploding body | See All (3) »

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After a hundred years, she could really use a drink!

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Comedy | Horror

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23 August 1989 (USA)  »

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Doce Vampira  »

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1.33 : 1
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Angelique: [to Vlad] I buried myself alive for a hundred years to get away from you! Can't you take the hint?
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Imagine a vampire comedy by Oscar Wilde. A real sleeper.
20 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

Nightlife has some of the most literate dialogue I've encountered in a movie in a long time. From beginning to end, the scenes are clever and funny. The writers have a very droll sense of humour and do a great job of spoofing the vampire genre. The casting was excellent, and Maryam d'Abo and Ben Cross with their British accents in a movie set in Mexico only adds to the funny quality of the film; Camille Saviola as Rosa the maid is hilarious.


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