A chic, good-looking and suitably 70's couple arrive at an extravagant and deserted seaside hotel after eloping. Stefan is wealthy and happily English, with a hidden streak of sadism, while Valarie is intelligent but of inferior (Swedish) blood. To keep her with him at the eerie hotel he lies consistantly about his relationship with his mother and his plans to tell her of their marriage. Meanwhile he has mysterious phone conversations with an older, dominant and pampered sissy. Two fresh guests arrive; the Hungarian countess, Elizabeth Bathory and her voluptuous protege, Ilona. Virgin corpses begin showing up about the city drained of their blood. A wary detective lurks around the hotel taunting his only suspect, the Countess.
These are the Daughters of Darkness... They are waiting for you - They thrive on BLOOD
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Did You Know?
Shot entirely in English, even though the majority of the cast was French, German and Flemish. As opposed to most European "genre" films from the 70s, here none of the actors were post-dubbed by others. They can all be heard with their own voices (resulting in some accents), notably Delphine Seyrig
's deep, smoky voice or Andrea Rau
's and Paul Messer
's German accents. See more
When Ilona is lying on the bathroom floor, bikini marks are visible. Vampires are not supposed to have tan lines. See more
You must have a secret. Every woman would sell her soul to stay young.
Oh it's very simple. A very strict diet, lots of sleep...
The original U.S. theatrical release was cut by approximately 12 minutes to obtain an R-rating. The "director's cut" released by Anchor Bay is the complete and uncut version of the film, containing all the violence and nudity. See more
Les Lèvres Rouges (Thème)
Written and Performed by François de Roubaix
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