Nosferatu

1922 film directed by F. W. Murnau

Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror is a 1922 silent German Expressionist horror film in which vampire Count Orlok preys on the wife of his estate agent and brings the plague to their town.

You can't excape destiny by running away.
Directed by F. W. Murnau. Written by Henrik Galeen, an unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula.
A thrilling mystery masterpiece - a chilling psycho-drama of blood-lust.taglines

Count OrlokEdit

  • You have hurt yourself... your precious blood!
  • Let us chat together a moment, my friend! There are still several hours until dawn, and I have the whole day to sleep.
  • Is this your wife? What a lovely throat!

KnockEdit

  • Of course, it will cost you some effort... a little sweat and... perhaps... a little blood.
  • Blood is life ! Blood is life!
  • Go quickly, travel safely, my young friend, to the land of ghosts.

Professor BulwerEdit

  • Astonishing, isn't it, gentlemen? That plant is the vampire of the vegetable kingdom.

HorsemanEdit

  • We will go no further, sir. Not for a fortune!
  • We will go no further. Here begins the land of phantoms.

Thomas HutterEdit

  • [In the letter...] After my first night in this castle, I found two large bites on my neck. From mosquitoes? From spiders? I don't know...

The NarratorEdit

  • As the sun rose, Harker felt himself freed from the oppressions of the night.

OthersEdit

  • Title Card: Nosferatu. Does this word not sound like the midnight call of the Bird of Death? Do not utter it, or the images of life will fade - into pale shadows and ghostly dreams will rise from your heart and feed your Blood.

TaglinesEdit

  • A thrilling mystery masterpiece - a chilling psycho-drama of blood-lust.
  • Nosferatu drinks the blood of the young... ...the blood necessary to his own existence.

CastEdit

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