Vampire Noir

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Vampire Noir Film Poster
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Vampire Noir
Directed by Scott Shaw
Produced by Scott Shaw
Written by Scott Shaw
Starring Scott Shaw
Hae Won Shin
Kevin Thompson
Marciya K. Lau
Sedreana Saldana
Music by DJ Acid X
Cinematography Michael Ebert
Jake Dharma
Hae Won Shin
Edited by Scott Shaw
Jake Dharma
Release date(s) 23 May 2007
Running time 90 minutes
Language English

Vampire Noir is a 2007 vampire film/horror film that was directed by Scott Shaw

Plot[edit]

Vampire Noir is a black-and-white feature film that was created on Super 16mm film. This film follows Vampire Hunter, Jedediah Diesel who is portrayed by Scott Shaw.[1]

Jedediah Diesel's friend is named Diamond. This character is played by Kevin Thompsons, who has appeared in several Scott Shaw films. Thompson initially portrays an unapologetic pimp in this film. It is also revealed that he is a vicious serial killer. He attacks a woman who turns out to be a vampire and is bitten. Shaw's charter saves him by revealing a little-known vampire curing secret that was written in a "Hebrew Buddhist scripture."

This film was created in the distinct style of film making known as Zen Filmmaking; meaning there was no formal screenplay used in its creation. This film begins by appearing to be a documentary film following three individual characters. It then moves forward into being a traditional film narrative.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Film description at Cinema e Medioevo, Italy