Interview With the Vampire
- Original title
Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles
- Running time
- 122 min.
- United States
Anne Rice (Novel: Anne Rice )
Lyla Hay Owen,
Lee E. Scharfstein,
Roger Lloyd Pack,
Nicole DuBois Favre,
Geffen Pictures. Distributed by Warner Bros.
Horror. Fantasy. Drama | Vampires. 18th Century. 19th Century
- Movie Groups
Anne Rice Adaptations
- Synopsis / Plot
- In present-day San Francisco journalist Daniel Molloy follows the mysterious Louis. Louis allows Daniel to interview him and record his life story. Louis reveals he is a vampire and explains how in 1794, following the death of his wife and daughter, he grew tired of life and welcomed death. But then he met the blonde-haired Lestat who drank Louis’s blood and turned him into a vampire. Together they plundered Louis’s estate and were forced to relocate to New Orleans. Louis however refused to drink human blood. He turned Claudia, a young child dying of the plague, into a vampire and together the three of them became a perverse family. But driven by his need to know the reason for their condition, Louis travelled to Europe in search of answers.
: 2 Nominations for Oscar: Best Director artístico, Original Soundtrack
: 2 Nominations for Golden Globe: Supporting Actress (Kirsten Dunst), OST
: 2 BAFTA Awards: Best Editing and Cinematography. 4 Nominations
1994: Chicago Film Critics Awards: Most Promising Actress (Kirsten Dunst). 2 Nominations
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