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  • Eternal
  • AKA:
    Éternelle (Canada: French title)
  • Author: Wilhelm Liebenberg and Federico Sanchez
  • Director: Wilhelm Liebenberg and Federico Sanchez
  • Producer: Bruce Robertson
  • Year: 2004
  • Country: Canada
  • 108 minutes
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Detective Raymond Pope is a detective of questionable morals, searching for his missing wife. His investigation leads him to the wealthy estate of the enigmatic Elizabeth Kane and her young maid Irina. Under Elizabeth's fascinating looks and aristocratic manners hides a terrifying secret, shared by her companion Irina. Irina believes that her mistress is a supernatural being, perhaps the real-life 16th Century Blood Countess Elizabeth Bathory, who bathed in the blood of over 650 women in a misguided quest for eternal life.

As Detective Pope finds himself perversely drawn to the powerful Elizabeth, bodies begin to surface, his inquiries only deepening the mystery surrounding Elizabeth's past. Pope's obsession grows so intense that he completely fails to anticipate Elizabeth's reaction to his intrusion into her dark world, a fatal mistake that might cost him his life and the lives of those close to him.

Qvamp says:

This film made the rounds at LGBT film festivals in 2004 despite the fact that it was clearly a film made by straight men for straight men. But it shows that the allure of the lesbian vampire still remains viable today, even though few lesbian vampire flicks are made anymore.

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