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Blood (2003)





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Director Charly Cantor's offbeat British vampire tale concerns a synthetic woman (Lee Blakemore from the Rula Lenska vehicle Paradise Grove) whose blood is a heroin-like drug with powerful effects on those who drink it; however, she must replace every unit of blood she loses with nine units from human veins. Adrian Rawlins (Breaking the Waves) stars as the scientist who created Blakemore for "Project Elixir," and soon finds himself dangerously walking the line between love and narcotic addiction. Phil Cornwell, Nicolas Harvey, and Paul Herzberg co-star. Cantor also made the wistful ghost story Furnished Room. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi
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One of the most vivid and remarkable overhauls of the vampire myth conducted in recent years. In Blood's revamping, vampirism is a metaphor for drug addiction. But in a reversal of the usual co-dependency in vampire movies it is the humans who become hooked on the vampire's blood, rather than vice versa.

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