Bram Stoker's Dracula
- Original title
Bram Stoker's Dracula
- Running time
- 130 min.
- United States
Francis Ford Coppola
James V. Hart (Novel: Bram Stocker)
Richard E. Grant,
Columbia Pictures / American Zoetrope / Osiris Films
Horror. Romance. Fantasy | 19th Century. Vampires. Cult Movie
- Movie Groups
| Bram Stoker Adaptations
- Synopsis / Plot
- In 1462, Elisabeta, the wife of Vlad Dracula, the ruler of Transylvania, throws herself to her death, wrongly believing that her husband has been killed while defending against the Turks. But when the church he has been defending condemns her soul to Hell for taking her own life, Dracula damns them and accepts the powers of darkness to become a vampire. In the 1890s, clerk Jonathan Harker travels to Transylvania to enact the sale of several properties in London to Dracula. But Dracula gives Harker to his vampire wives and travels to England. Once in London, Dracula believes Harker’s fiancee Mina Murray to be the reincarnation of Elisabeta and determines to seduce her to join him in darkness.
: 3 Academy Awards: Best Costume Design, Makeup, Sound Effects. 4 Nominations
: 4 BAFTA Nominations: Best Make-up, Costume Design, Prod. Design and Visual Eff.
1992: Chicago Film Critics Awards: Best Cinematography
- Critics' reviews
"It has big names, a big budget, big sets, a big, thundering score and even big hair. But it doesn't do it. It doesn't excite or fascinate"
Mick LaSalle: San Francisco Chronicle
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