|Guillaume Tauveron as the Hunter|
|The husband and a stake|
|after effects of sun exposure|
Beyond that there is the suggestion that stakes through the heart work, vampires have eye mojo with which to hypnotise their victims and the blood of the vampire ingested by the victim is needed for turning.
A wonderful piece, the black and white along with the Christmas backdrop gave a slight overtone of Nadja, which is no bad thing. I loved the way that, through the director’s skill and the cast’s craft, we were able to be given a story with a minimal amount of dialogue and, even more, I adored the use of sound and the juxtapositions offered in the film. Guillaume Tauveron’s homepage is here.