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La Vampire Nue

The Nude Vampire
Desnuda entre las Tumbas / The Naked Vmpire

France 1969
directed by Jean Rollin
starring Caroline Cartier, Michel Delahaye, Olivier Martin, Maurice Lemaitre, Ursule Pauly, Pascal Fardoulis, Cathy Tricot (= Catherine Castel), Pony Tricot (= Marie-Pierre Castel), Ly Lestrong, Bernard Musson, Jean Aron, Paul Bisciglia

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Mike Haberfelner

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Pierre (Olivier Martin) tries to save a scantily clad girl (Caroline Cartier) from the clutches of a bunch of people in animal masks, but she is shot down before his eyes anyhow & dragged off to a secretive club, where Pierre is refused entrance - even though, as it turns out, the club belongs to his father Radamante (Maurice Lemaitre).

The next night, Pierre manages to get into the club anyhow, & witnesses a girl shooting herself in the head, after which the scantily clad girl from the night before is led in - apparently not dead at all - & drinks the blood of the dead woman. Then though Pierre is handed the gun to shoot himself in the head too, but instead he uses the gun to make his getaway ...

The next day, his father Radamant promises Pierre to explain everything the same night, but at the same time warns Pierre from the club's enemies.

Pierre however is hell-bent on freeing the vampire girl he's fallen in love with & persuades his friend, the photographer Robert (Pascal Fardoulis) to help him. However when trying to make good their plans, the 2 of them find themselves entangled in a war between Radamante & his associates, who through the vampire girl plan to gain immortality, & the vampire girl's people led by the Grandmaster (Michel Delahaye), who want to free her. & while Robert soon falls for the seductive charms of Solange (Ursule Pauly) - one of Radamante's gang - who ruthlessly kills him, Pierre, given some pointers by Radamante's twin servant girls (Cathy Tricot, Pony Tricot) - who turn out to be the Grandmaster's spies - joins up with the Grandmaster's gang, & soon Radamante's gang is defeated & he himself transported onto a beach, where the grandmaster & his people - not vampires at all he claims but mutants from another dimension - try him & convict him to death, while his son Pirerre is happily united with the vampire girl.


Only Rollin's second feature film, but his style, which has been strongly hinted at in his first, Le Viol de la Vampire, has come to full swing here (& in his best movies, he would invariably relie on this style again): the narrative takes second seat to his twisted concepts of pulp-surrealism & twisted genre-reinterpretaiton, filled up with guns, girls, violence & a good helping of sexy vampires, all held together by atmospheric imagery & lyrical if often incomprehensible storytelling.

Rollin's films no doubt might not be to everybody's taste as they refuse to be clearly categorized as either art or trash, horror or lyricism or whatever other stools one can sit between, but make good viewing for those who can accept that, & La Vampire Nue might be a perfect example for his work.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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