Release date: 1986
This 1986 Polish film, entitled Lubie Nietoperze domestically, is somewhat of an odd duck of a film. It comes across as an allegorical film as much as anything. We shall examine the allegory later.
It was filled with a rogue’s gallery of weird and wonderful characters and yet it just didn’t seem to gel together as a cohesive whole. Indeed the characters I mention were left frustratingly two-dimensional.
|Edwin Petrykat as Marceli|
|dead sex pest|
|Katarzyna Walter as Izabela|
Izabela takes herself to Jung’s private hospital, telling him that she is a vampire and needs treatment. He offers treatment but spurns her advances and that is about as far as I want to go.
|a no-show on the x-ray machine|
The film is fairly surreal and is interesting, if nothing else. 5 out of 10.
The imdb page is here.