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With the outbreak of WWII, the sudden call to arms will send the men of a family's estate to the front, leaving a curious adolescent alone with the remaining women of the house, in need of a warm embrace and, possibly, a daring kiss.
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Charlotte is a good girl virgin who is having some very bad dreams about sex. These dreams are courtesy of the vampire. Charlotte begins to change but as long as she remains pure for three days, the vampire will take her and they will live eternally together.Written by
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During filming a crew member commented to Martin Kemp what a great job the makeup department had done on the prosthetics that made it look like the veins in his forehead were bulging out. Kemp was confused, as he was not wearing any prosthetic makeup. The bulging veins were actually the result of an undiagnosed brain tumor. See more »
As Charlotte is sleepwalking in her first scene and as Chris places her on the bed you can clearly see she is wearing panties, yet the next morning when she wakes up and removes her nightie she is wearing nothing else underneath. See more »
[Changing clothes and standing naked, her butt and the side of her breast are shown]
You know, she didn't have a choice
[Notices Charlotte naked and smiles]
Let's just put the knives in your father's back where they belong.
[Putting on a shirt, her right breast and butt are visible]
Yeah, that might be more appropriate.
You know, I can't help wishing you had inherited a little bit of his promiscuity.
[Buttoning up the shirt, still naked from the waist down with her butt visible]
Yeah, but look ...
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Available in R-rated and Unrated versions. (unrated version runs about a minute longer.) See more »
...I found this quite dull. First, there's barely a story - much of the movie is devoted to sex scenes that stop the story completely, and have no real significance in altering the "evolving" plot.
So if there's a lot of sex, there must be some merit, right? Actually, I found the sex and nude scenes flatly directed - despite the flesh and activity shown, surprisingly a lot of these scenes have nothing erotic to them.
We don't learn a lot about the characters. For instance, why does the vampire character only have a certain time to live? How did he get to where he is in the movie? How did he find the heroine? And so on. None of this is explained. And speaking of the characters, none aroused any sympathy - in fact, all of them seemed annoying.
And though the movie is supposed to be about vampires, there's hardly any vampire action!
Yes, You-Know-Who gets naked enough, but that's not enough to save this movie, or even make it worth fast-forwarding.
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