It begins with two guys sitting out at night. They are approached by a man and woman, Dylan (Ian Ellis) and Leah (Jasna Novosel). Dylan is clearly ill/withdrawing and he asks the guys whether they are holding. It is readily apparent that he is speaking of blood and not narcotics. Dylan, it transpires, is the last vampire in town, the others have left, and as no-one is buying then no-one is selling. This was the intriguing bit; I’d have liked to have known more about this society where the dealers clearly know about vampires. Why have the vampires left? We aren’t told but this isn’t frustrating, rather it is a nice layer to the story.
|Ian Ellis as Dylan|
This was a nice, very short film. It was the grittiness that made it and, whilst not perfect, it is worth catching.
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