Vampire's Kiss

After an encounter with a neck-biter, a publishing executive thinks that he's turning into a vampire.

The life of white-collar New Yorker Peter (Nicolas Cage) seems to revolve solely around making as much money and sleeping with as many women as possible. After a typical night of scouring trendy bars for some action, Peter manages to take home the sexy Rachel (Jennifer Beals), who bites him on the neck while they're in bed. The next day, Peter is certain he is now a vampire. Though no one shares his point of view and he hasn't changed physically, he dons fake fangs and begins stalking women.

"Nicolas Cage’s performance in the freakishly great 1989 cult classic Vampire’s Kiss transcends language and exposes the limitations of human vocabulary, entering a space sometimes rationalised with the defeatist turn of phrase: 'there are no words'." -

"Cage has said that he cared more about that performance than any other in his career. It’s a master class in unbridled bizarreness. Cage saw Vampire’s Kiss as a chance to pursue his own experimental mode of acting, a full-throttle rejection of naturalism that owes as much to 1920s German expressionism as it does opera and slapstick comedy. His onscreen outbursts are legendary." -


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