Party With a Vampire in “Norway”

July 2, 2014 | Sophie Weiner

Not long after Jarmusch’s genre-redefining Only Lovers Left Alive confirmed that vampires are cooler than you, the new Greek film Norway by Yiannis Veslemes is here to tell us vampires also have more fun. Veslemes’ film follows a dancing vampire named Zanno as he parties and murders his way through a crazy night in 1984 Athens.

Norway “could be taken as both a bizarre game or a scathing commentary on the situation in contemporary Greece.” The film’s design looks incredible and the music sounds great. It’s going to be a bloody, wonderful time. Norway will premiere in the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival later this year.