It tries so hard to be cool that it ends up being silly. Cool B&W with cool music and cool cameos. The director stole some of Hal Hartley's cast, and uses them in pretty much the same way. Watch 'The Addiction' instead.
Brilliant filming, really became fond of the censorship-like pixelation during the poignant vampire perspective scenes. It reminded me a bit of World Of Darkness, escpecially the first half, given the urban landscapes and the dialogues between Nadja and Lucy but similarities end there.
+ lol'd a couple of times. escpecially at the "hurr durr my dad is Voievode Armenius Ceauşescu Marţolea Vişinescu Dracula" part. 3,5
Despite its weaknesses, something about it felt transcendental to me. There's an atmosphere that persists throughout the whole film that really grabbed me and I think it's a film that will stay with me for a while. In the end, the imperfections became part of the whole character of the film, and I learned to embrace them, naturally. Also, yay for shoegaze soundtrack!
Goofy, yet charming take on vampire lore featuring a stunning application of the Fisher-Price Pixelvision camera. Elina Löwensohn is, as per usual, quite ravishing, though her performance is eclipsed by an unforgettable turn by Peter Fonda. A blunt would be requisite for the appropriate viewing mindset...