It's strange that a film Jean Rollin made in 1995 feels even more dated than the films he made in the 60s and 70s, but this tale of two orphans who pretend to be blind but are actually vampires is perhaps Rollin's weakest offering in the genre. Interesting ideas (is this all the fantasy of two disturbed young girls?) ultimately buried by awkward pacing and execution.
Probably my favourite Rollin so far. The relationship between the girls is lovely, and the whole film has a moody, dreamlike haze to it; it seems almost like a darker, more brooding alternative to many of Sophia Coppola's female centric films.
god... my favorite Rollin so far. the relationship between the two girls so sweet and sentimental, I felt a pang in my heart and wished to be a child once more, when girls are closer to each other and wilder than they ever will be again. it is only love that keeps you alive and it is only love that helps you die. then, to be reborn from the rotted leftovers. your girl = love = blood = life