Der Vampir (German Edition)

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The acting is spot on, especially because everything is played straight, the characters are not comical or sketchy in a one dimensional way. They have character and they have issues. And all that put together produce situations that become great comedy. Watching it with company elevates the whole thing of course, and you shouldn't have an aversion towards horror movies on the contrary you should have an open mind towards them.

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Alternate Versions. Rate This. Unrated 1h 27min Comedy , Horror 19 December Austria.

Sigmund Freud's newest patient is a vampire fed up with his undying relationship with his wife. From metacritic. Februar Things I want to watch. Share this Rating Title: Therapy for a Vampire 6. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Anatole Taubman Ignaz, der Einbrecher Tobias Moretti Viktor Cornelia Ivancan Lucy Karl Fischer Sigmund Freud Julia Jelinek Oscar Erni Mangold Frau im Dirndl David Bennent Radul Dominic Marcus Singer Bote mit Blumen Christoph F.

Olaf Tobias Ofenbauer Edit Storyline Vienna There are typical siblings troubles between him and his sister Anna. Anna is the youngest of the Schlotterstein children and was turned into a vampire at the age of 9. In fact, both Anna and Anton develop a crush on each other, but their respective natures as human and vampire pose an impenetrable barrier for a more serious relationship.

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Initially, Anna was known as "Anna die Zahnlose" "Anna the Toothless" because she didn't want to become a true vampire and drank milk as a substitute nourishment, though later on she gives in to her true nature, although her affection for Anton still remains strong. In the end of the series, she is appointed the successor of the German vampire leader, Elisabeth die Naschhafte. He is very moody and temperamental, due to his becoming a vampire while still in puberty. Although he occasionally threatens and intimidates Anton, he is generally on good terms with him and keeps his and his sibling's friendship with the human confidential from the adult von Schlottersteins.

Nevertheless, with her Anton has had several close calls. Ever since losing her husband Theodor to Geiermeier, she has been on the prowl for a new mate, and though for a while she is attracted to the phony vampire Ingo von Rant, she later switches her affections to Mr. Schwanenhals, the instructor of Anton's dance class and, coupled with his willingness to become a vampire, marries him in the last volume.

Long before the series begins, he was caught playing cards on his tombstone by Geiermeier, who subsequently killed him. This event forced the Schlottersteins into moving their coffins into a subterranean crypt beneath the cemetery. Theodor's coffin remains in the crypt, as a cover for a secret emergency exit, and his vampire cloak is lent to Anton by Rudiger and Anna on a regular basis for his nocturnal vampire adventures. Ludwig is very devoted to his wife, but she is a vain and selfish creature who usually ignores her children.

Robert Anton Bohnsack , a jokester and shipping company worker, and his wife Helga , a rather temperamental schoolteacher, are perhaps Anton's greatest obstacles in his new life with the vampires. However, after an incident in which Anna was inadvertently photographed but did not appear in the picture, they both begin to take the matter a bit more seriously, even if they still do not fully believe in the existence of vampires.

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Like his son Anton, Mr. Bohnsack was named after his own father and Anton's grandfather. The keeper of the local old cemetery and the self-declared nemesis of the Schlotterstein vampires. After encountering Uncle Theodor by chance and killing him, Geiermeier has been waging his private war with the vampires ever since, a conflict in which Anton often has to interfere for the benefit of his friends.

His anti-vampire habits include garlic as part of his regular diet, and an armament of wooden stakes carried on his nighttime patrols. A gardener hailing from Stuttgart who was hired as Geiermeier's assistant for hunting down vampires. Unlike Geiermeier, Schnuppermaul is somewhat dimwitted, less obsessive and has an extreme cleanliness quirk, making him a comic relief figure contrasting his partner and employer. He unwittingly becomes friends with Lumpi, and even after discovering the latter's true nature, they retain their friendship at the end of the series. Schwartenfeger is a psychologist. He first appears when Anton's parent decide to send their son to him to cure him of his fascination of vampires, but it turns out that Schwartenfeger has actually developed a program to help vampires in overcoming their aversion to sunlight, which he believes to be a psychological condition rather than a physiological one. Von Rant makes his first appearance as a patient for Schwartenfeger's vampire desensibilization program.

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Although he appears as a vampire, von Rant whose name is a wordgame for "ignorant" is actually a university professor named August Piepenschnurz who is in cahoots with Geiermeier. He woos Aunt Dorothee and tries to win the trust of the Schlotterstein children, but his masquerade is exposed thanks to Anton's efforts.

A spoiled, manipulative and highly arrogant girl, she fled from Transylvania to Germany when her family was destroyed by a band of vampire hunters, seeking sanctuary with her aunt's family.