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Quite an unusual film; the director contrived to make out of an ordinary plot an almost existential picture. It's short and thought-provoking, especially when you have for the leads such charismatic actors as John Hurt and Terence Stamp.
What a spectacular movie; it's very realistic and horrific in depiction of ww1 warfare and air battles. It's overly sentimental concerning the love story, but, all in all, it set the pattern for the future Best Films.
Even though there's not much nudity this movie's as sexy as the two previous thanks to irresistible sisters playing the good and the evil sides. It quite differs from the previous installments, more
focused on the 'vampire' subject than on the lesbianism or Camilla.
It's a very good and worthy movie with its slow-moving story, but this slowness is very admirable as it helps you to get inside of the minds of the characters and to feel what they feel; a very good psychological thriller/drama with excellent performances and equally laudable cinematography and realistic screenplay.
It's not as good as the first movie, and often boring, but is not awful either; the main fault is that this movie is not about vampires or lesbian vampires, it's about the blond Yutte Stensgaard - the director couldn't get enough of her, and that wasn't a bad thing too, by the way.