The terror of the vampire is unleashed in the wild trailer for ‘Nosferatu’, the latest from Robert Eggers

The terror of the vampire is unleashed in the wild trailer for ‘Nosferatu’, the latest from Robert Eggers
The terror of the vampire is unleashed in the wild trailer for ‘Nosferatu’, the latest from Robert Eggers

It was a project surrounded by expectation and its first teaser confirmed it: Robert Eggers’ ‘Nosferatu’ is one of the premieres of the year. This can be corroborated with the trailer published by Universal, in charge of financing the matter through Focus Features.

In it we can see the way in which the terror of the vampire is unleashed, starting with an Ellen Hutter obsessed with nightmares that anticipate the arrival of the sinister being and who continues hunting for it. All of this impregnated by the visual imprint and viscerality of the person responsible for ‘The Witch’, ‘The Lighthouse’ and ‘The Man from the North’.

Eggers, who is in charge of adapting Bram Stoker’s writing alone, once again has a cast full of stars: Bill Skarsgård (‘It’), Lily-Rose Depp (‘The Idol’), Nicholas Hoult (‘Mad Max: Fury Road’), Willem Dafoe (‘Spider-Man’), Emma Corrin (‘The Crown’), Aaron Taylor-Johnson (‘Kick-Ass. Ready to Smash’) and Ralph Ineson (‘Game of Thrones’) are some of them. The soundtrack is provided by Robin Carolan (‘The Man from the North’) and the photography is by Jarin Blaschke, a frequent collaborator of the American filmmaker.

Willem Dafoe in ‘Nosferatu’ (Universal Pictures)

On Murnau’s trail

It is worth remembering that few works are as totemic as the first version of the title, released in 1922. Directed by FW Murnau, together with Fritz Lang (‘Metrópolis’) and Robert Wiene (‘The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari’), one of the masters of the German expressionism thanks to films like ‘The Last’, ‘Faust’ and ‘Dawn’, It is one of the capital works of said movement. In 1979, Werner Herzog, already the author of ‘Aguirre, the Wrath of God’ and ‘The Enigma of Gaspar Hauser’, dared to create a remake starring Klaus Kinski, Isabelle Adjani and Bruno Ganz, which won an award at the Berlin Festival.

 
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