Tuesday 10th of December 2013
Glava, a silent horror film from NDH Films and Frame-Free Productions.
In December 1918, the city of Lafayette was hit by the Spanish Flu, leaving the entire town quarantined. As decades pass, one victim of the pandemic becomes subject of his own legend, the grave marker that mentions Transylvania gives rise to the repeated rumor: Fodor Glava, the poor coal miner, was a vampire, the disease his own plague from the Old World.
On Halloween night, four friends went out to view the grave. For Billy, it was the last time he'd be seen alive.
Distraught over Billy's death, Janice begs her friend Richard to uncover what really happened. What Richard discovers may shake his beliefs forever - if it doesn't kill him first.
Glava was made on a shoestring budget, inspired by the silent film classics Nosferatu and The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. With striking performances, stark camerawork, surreal structuring and a complex score, Glava pays tribute to the true silent horror experience.
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