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Vampyros Lesbos (1971)

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In Istanbul, the lawyer of Simpson & Simpson Linda Westinghouse has erotic dreams with a strange woman every night and her analyst Dr. Alwin Seward suggests her to find another lover. Linda is assigned to resolve an inheritance issue with the Hungarian Countess Nadine Oskudar that has inherited a real estate from Count Dracula. Linda leaves her boyfriend Omar in the Istanbul Hilton and travels to the Kadidados Island. While waiting for transportation in the continent, Linda is advised by a local that the island would be a place of death and insanity and she should not travel to there. However, she does not pay attention to the man and meets Countess Oskudar that is a lesbian vampire fascinated by Linda. The Countess drinks the blood of Linda and she has amnesia and is sent to a mental institution where Dr, Steiner, who is also a vampire expert, treats her and puts an advertisement in the newspapers. Omar finds Linda and Dr. Steiner teaches her how to kill a vampire. Linda has to be very powerful to resist the spell of Countess Oskudar that has a crush on her and destroy the vampire.

It's not only another sleazy sexploitation horror of the 70's. It's much more, with its eerie soundtrack and stunning visuals, edited in the manner that would become a trademark in the 80's and later for such visual masters as Kubrick and Scott, or maybe Lynch rather. The plot may be a bit cheesy, but it's not the plot that matters - the main language Franco speaks here is the visual pop-art-esque language (today might be rather regarded as 'post-modern'). And the hypnotic performance by Soledad Miranda is worth remembering forever as well. It's a Franco masterpiece, way ahead of its time. A must see.

The title gives it away really, it's about lesbian vampirism. The two beautiful actresses Soledad Miranda (RIP) and Ewa Strømberg get all sensual on us, undressing quite often and all is fine. Ewa is not so certain if she wants to turn into a vampire though. That's the story. It is stitched together a bit incoherent, of course. What makes it pleasurable to watch is the incredible surreal feel of it, the psychedelia, its quite like taking acid. Franco himself had a hand in the fantastic score together with Hübler and Schwab. It's groovy, naive and psychedelic.

Whether is the story, the atmosphere, the camera, the scenery, the beautiful women or the famous psychedelic soundtrack, Vampyros Lesbos is Jess Franco's masterpiece.

This is a different type of vampire movie. Even though the script is weak or perhaps the subtitles to English are not totally accurate, the movie manages to deliver a sheer of brilliance for 90 minutes. Spanish director Jess Franco captured so many details in this movie to make it a classic in the genre. The imagery and foreshadowing are elements that he knew how to handle and adapt to his movie.

As in other Franco films, the gorgeous Soledad Miranda enlightens the screen and delivers the best performance in her short career by portraying Countess Nadine Carody; Count Dracula's widow, a vampiress thirsty for female blood and full of anger against men.

This film is highly recommended to fans of 70's Euro-Horror, it's a gem that shouldn't be overlooked and that will live forever in the dark side.
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