Chatham University

Global Focus: Scandinavian Films and discussion series:

Wednesday, February 27, 2013
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Laughlin Residence House

Directed by Tomas Alfredson.
When a new girl, Eli, moves in next door, Oskar, a 12-year old boy, befriends her despite her strange habit of only leaving the house at night. Around the same time that Eli moves in, however, a rash of disappearances and grisly murders are discovered in the region. Oskar soon realizes Eli is a vampire, not actually a child, but several hundred years old. Oskar is still in love with Eli, and, as it becomes clear to the community that her appearance initiated the strange string of murders, the two find themselves in increasingly dangerous situations.

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Jean-Jacques Sène