Comrade Drakulich (2019)

  |  Comedy, Fantasy, Mystery


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Vampires are among us. But no need to worry: the Hungarian Secret Police are after them, and beyond the usual spy gadgets, they even use garlic to repel the beasts. Hungary in the 70s. ... See full summary »


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  • Zsolt Nagy and Lili Walters in Comrade Drakulich (2019)
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12 July 2020 | nicksachi-53803
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| One of the funniest Hungarian film ever showing Hungary in the 70's
The vampires are among us! But there is nothing to worry about: the members of the anti-espionage are already on their trail and are using even garlic in addition to the usual tools. From the divine shift writer-director's crazy idea that a vampire is visiting Hungary in the 70's and the secret service is trying to expose , a night - black humorous comedy was born, which invites the audience to an invigorating cinematic experience with an extremely strong cast, a memorable spectacle and a twisting story. He attacks his neck against boredom.

It's a bloody funny Hungarian film

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