A pair of teenage girls, who are blind by day, but when the sun goes down, they roam the streets to quench their thirst for blood.


Jean Rollin


Jean Rollin (novel), Jean Rollin (screenplay)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Alexandra Pic Alexandra Pic ... Louise
Isabelle Teboul Isabelle Teboul ... Henriette (as Issabelle Teboul)
Natalie Perrey Natalie Perrey ... Soeur Marthe
Gudule Gudule ... Mère Supérieure (as Anne Duguël)
Bernard Charnacé Bernard Charnacé ... Le Docteur Dennary
Nada Le Hoangan Nada Le Hoangan ... Virginie
Nathalie Karsenty Nathalie Karsenty ... La Louve
Anissa Berkani-Rohmer Anissa Berkani-Rohmer ... Nicole
Véronique Djaouti Véronique Djaouti ... La Femme Chauve-souris
Brigitte Lahaie ... La Femme au fouet
Tina Aumont ... La Goule
Martin Snaric Martin Snaric ... Le peintre à New-York
Raymond Audemard Raymond Audemard ... L'épicier
Sandrine Thoquet ... Odile
Melanie Karalli Melanie Karalli ... Geneviève


A pair of teenage girls, who are blind by day, but when the sun goes down, they roam the streets to quench their thirst for blood.

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Drama | Fantasy | Horror


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Véronique Djaouti broke three vertebrae wearing the bat wings. She did the role out of friendship to Jean Rollin and refused to sue him despite permanent damage. See more »


Henriette: Our day for us is blue.
Louise: The light for us is black...
Henriette: ...and other people's sun has made us blind...
Louise: ...but when it is hidden...
Henriette: ...our dream begins.
Louise: They'll never know.
Henriette: The two blind orphans can see at night...
Louise: ...like the cat!
Henriette: Like the tiger! Like the beasts!
Louise: Want to go for a walk?
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Written by Philippe D'Aram, Performed by Philippe D'Aram & Ars Antigua
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Well, I liked it
30 August 2004 | by lazarilloSee all my reviews

Many Jean Rollins fans didn't like this movie because it didn't have the kinky sex and rampant nudity of his earlier films, but I'm of the opinion that European cult directors like Rollins and Jesus Franco have actually done their best work when they didn't lazily rely on these elements (although with Franco you'd have to go back to late 60's to find evidence of this). Like with most Rollins movies the plot of this one is pretty incidental (something about blind, orphan, twin vampires trapped in a world that doesn't understand them) and the dialogue is downright laughable (if you have a choice watch it in French with English subtitles, or even turn off the English subtitles--it won't matter much). What makes the movie is the music, the atmosphere, and the startling visuals that at times approach the sublime surrealism of Jodorowsky (that's a compliment by the way). The leads are both very good. I was under the impression that this movie was so tame because Rollins had cast children in the lead roles. The actresses instead look to be in their late teens or early twenties (and they do have one brief nude scene). And if you miss the old Rollins standbys, Tina Aumont and Brigitte Lahaie both put in brief but interesting cameos (which is perfect because I never thought Lahaie especially could act her way out of a crisp paper sack). Maybe this isn't as good as many of Rollin's classic 70's films, but it's a lot better than all his recent SOV and hardcore porn efforts.

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Release Date:

9 July 1997 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Two Orphan Vampires See more »


Box Office


FRF3,000,000 (estimated)
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Les Films ABC See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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