‘Dracula’: how the adaptation is more free of the classic Bram Stoker’s dracula can be at once the most faithful

'Dracula': how the adaptation is more free of the classic Bram Stoker's dracula can be at the same time more true


The adaptation of ‘Dracula’ that they have plotted to Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat holds a mind-boggling paradox. is Is at the same time free up to the point of being libertine and, however, is the more faithful to the essence of the classic of gothic literature Bram Stoker’s dracula that has been seen in a long time, being able to measure in this regard with the accommodations most popular of the count vampire. In any case, it is the most relevant from that Coppola turned it into romantic hero tortured in the nineties.

You what we have in the new installment of our videos on ‘Everything is a lie in film and television’, where line by line, the influences that led this adaptation of BBC newcomer to Netflix, and how it toys with them to convert the original work into a relevant story in our days. To do this, grab items that were half-forgotten myth, as the episode of the ship, and launches them to the forefront to reinvent them.


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In our video we also discuss how this Dracula of Claes Bang takes elements of many vampires that came before him. But he also brings a touch own, supported in an imagery bold and refreshing, which both holds a modernity challenging as it resorts to trickery and hands are reminiscent of the horror films of the eighties.

The result is only despite the discussion that has raised its third and controversial chapter. All in all, an adaptation memorable and a sheet of perfect route for future adaptations of the pantheon gothic monsters, conquerors, and anti-heroes. We will tell you how he did it.


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‘Dracula’: how the adaptation is more free of the classic Bram Stoker’s dracula can be at once the most faithful
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January 23, 2020

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