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Shadow of the Vampire

Shadow of the Vampire is a movie that opened in America on December 29, 2000.

It won the Prix Tournage, the Saturn Award for Willem Dafoe, the Bram Stoker Award for Steven Katz[?], the Gran Angular Award for Willem Dafoe. the International Fantasy Film Award for Willem Dafoe, the President Award for Willem Dafoe, the Golden Satellite Award for Willem Dafoe, the Independent Spirit Award for Willem Dafoe, and the LAFCA Award for Willem Dafoe.

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Story This movie is a fictional account of a true story about the making of the classic horror film, Nosferatu: Eine Symphonie des Grauens. Taking place in the 1920s, the story revolves around F.W. Murnau, who is making a film. As they travel into the middle of nowhere, he keeps assuring his cast and crew that everything will be fine and that the person who is playing their vampire, Max Schreck[?], is very professional and will only appear in full makeup and character. But once they start to shoot scenes with this new actor, people start to notice that everything isn't as it should be. The story starts to delve into deeper themes and startling discoveries as this comedy/horror film comes to its climactic end.


John Malkovich .... F.W. Murnau
Willem Dafoe .... Max Schreck[?]
Udo Kier[?] .... Albin Grau, Producer and Art Director
Cary Elwes .... Fritz Arno 'Fritzy' Wagner
Catherine McCormack[?] .... Greta Schröder, Who Plays Ellen Hutter
Eddie Izzard .... Gustav von Wangenheim, Who Plays Hutter
Aden Gillett[?] .... Henrik Galeen


E. Elias Merhige[?]


Steven Katz[?]


Paul Brooks (I)[?] .... executive producer
Nicolas Cage .... producer
Norman Golightly[?] .... associate producer
Alan Howden[?] .... executive producer
Richard Johns (I)[?] .... co-producer
Jeff Levine (II)[?] .... producer
Jean-Claude Schlim[?] .... line producer
Orian Williams (I)[?] .... associate producer
Jimmy de Brabant[?] .... co-producer

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