R | | Drama, Horror
A love triangle develops between a beautiful yet dangerous vampire, her cellist companion, and a gerontologist.
This film is dedicated in memory of Tony Scott's brother Frank Scott. Tony's big brother, Ridley Scott dedicated Blade Runner (1982) to Frank.
During the quick cuts when John attacks Alice, blood splashes on the sheet music. A few cuts later, the music stand is kicked to the floor, and the open pages are now blood-free. The unstained pages are seen again at the end of the sequence (in a fade effect that reinstates their blood stains).
Ironically, in the credits Willem Dafoe is identified as "2nd Phone Booth Youth"; whereas, he is the first "Phone Booth Youth" to be seen and speak in the Phone Booth scene. Likewise, John Pankow is noted in the credits as "1st Phone Booth Youth"; whereas, he is actually the second "Phone Booth Youth" to be seen and say his lines.
$1,832,898 1 May 1983