Source: Catholic News Service
Stylish but salacious thriller about a Montreal vice detective (Conrad Pla) whose investigation into the disappearance of his wife leads him to an alluring mystery woman (Caroline Neron) who may be Erszebet Bathory, a real-life 16th-century Hungarian countess responsible for slaughtering hundreds of virgins and bathing in their blood to quench her vampiric thirst for immortality. Directed by Wilhelm Liebenberg and Federico Sanchez, the racy film has some slick atmospherics, but the filmmakers seem more concerned with titillation than competently telling a story. Recurring lesbian erotica, several kinky sex scenes, one with partial nudity, some gory violence and much rough language. The USCCB Office for Film & Broadcasting classification is O -- morally offensive. Not rated by the Motion Picture Association of America.
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