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Vampire’s KissHatte Nicolas Cage ein Jahr zuvor noch unter der Regie Norman Jewisons in Mondsüchtig mitgespielt, ließ er sich wenig später Vampire's Kiss. sanctuaryofenlightenment.com: Finden Sie Vampire's Kiss in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€. Von Robert Bierman. Mit Nicolas Cage, Maria Conchita Alonso, Jennifer Beals, Elizabeth Ashley, Kasi Lemmons und Bob Lujan.
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It's a mess -- but it goes places you can't imagine despite the workmanlike screenwriting and the slow pace of the beginning.
It's worth it. Charlie Kaufman could have written it, it's so bizarre and beyond the norm for the silly Hollywood movie it's disguised as.
I don't want to analyze it as some metaphor for a relationship with a blood-sucking bitch as others have or argue what's real and what's not.
I watched it expecting some anemic late 80's comedy and with that expectation, I found myself bolting upright in my chair in surprise at what it delivered.
One of Nic Cage's best early performances, ranks with Raising Arizona and Valley Girl, except he's never sympathetic -- ever. In that sense, I understand what people mean when they say it's a monster movie.
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He then puts his plastic novelty fangs back in. Leaving the club, Loew has a brief, heated encounter with Rachel: she admits to knowing him, but gives the impression that they have not been in contact for a long period.
He accuses her of being a vampiress, and is expelled from the club by security. Alva wakes up with her shirt ripped open, possibly thinking she was raped, and eventually tells her brother Emilio Bob Lujan about the sexual assault, who is enraged and goes after Loew with Alva to seek revenge.
Meanwhile, Loew is wandering the streets, disheveled in a blood-spattered business suit from the previous night, excitedly talking to himself.
In a hallucinatory exchange on a street corner, he tells his therapist that he raped someone and also murdered someone else.
Based on a newspaper, the latter appears to be true, as the girl he bit on the neck in the club is pronounced dead.
As Loew returns to his now-disastrous apartment which he'd been using as a sort of vampire's lair Alva points out Loew to a waiting Emilio, who then quietly pursues him inside the apartment block with a tire iron.
In the midst of an abusive argument with an imaginary romantic interest supposedly a patient of his psychiatrist Loew begins to retch again from the blood he had swallowed, and crawls under his upturned sofa on the floor, which he sees as his "coffin".
Emilio hears flatulent noises, finds him and upturns the sofa, and Loew holds a large broken piece of wood to his chest as a makeshift stake, repeating the gesture he had made earlier to strangers on the street when he had asked them to stake and kill him with the piece of wood from a pallet.
Emilio, in a rage, pushes down on the wood and it pierces Loew's chest in a gruesome manner. Realizing he has committed a crime, a scared Emilio flees the apartment.
As Loew dies, he envisions the vampiress Rachel staring at him one last time. Written "as darkly comic and deft as its bizarre premise,"  Joseph Minion wrote the film as he grappled with depression.
In an interview with Zach Schonfeld of The Ringer , Minion said that while on vacation in Barbados with his then-girlfriend, Barbara Zitwer , he wrote the screenplay as a response to his "toxic relationship" with her.
Dealing with themes of isolation, loneliness, and domination, Zitwer, who would come on as a producer for the film, found the final product to be "horrifying.
Known previously for having written After Hours , directed by Martin Scorsese , Minion sought to keep the "grim view of the Manhattan nightlife,"  found in the aforementioned film central to his newest work.
This sudden departure however also prompted the then cast Nicolas Cage to drop out after his agent pressured him stating "this was not a good movie to make after Moonstruck.
An enthusiastic employer of the Method Acting technique, Cage "took a highly surrealistic approach,"  to Loew.
The original script called for Loew to eat a raw egg but Cage decided a cockroach would be more effective claiming it would "shock the audience.
Physicality played a central role in the creation of this character for Cage who in several terrifying scenes sought to see "how big [he] could get [his] eyes.
While many such as Hal Hinson of The Washington Post criticized this style of "scorched-earth acting,"  it cemented the film as a cult classic and become the source of many internet memes.
Vampire's Kiss was released June 2, Vampire's Kiss was considered a commercial flop upon its initial release but has developed a cult following since that time.
The site's critical consensus reads: "He's a vampire! He's a vampire! Cage's chaotic, self-indulgent performance. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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