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photos and poster of the film from the comic strip by Sergio Bonelli Editore

Fantasy action in cinemas in Italy from October 28 Dampyr, the first work of director Riccardo Chemello, a co-production of Eagle Pictures, Sergio Bonelli Editore, the famous comic book publisher with its production arm Bonelli …

Fantasy action in cinemas in Italy from October 28 Dampyr, the first work of director Riccardo Chemello, a co-production of Eagle Pictures, Sergio Bonelli Editore, the famous comic book publisher with its production arm Bonelli Entertainment, and Brandon Box, deals with the cult comic of the same name. The release in Italian cinemas will be simultaneous with the world premiere with casting to be held at Lucca Comics and Games. The film will indeed inaugurate the opening night of the famous community event dedicated to the world of entertainment. The official plot: The film tells the genesis of the character, published by Sergio Bonelli Editore in 2000 on the first two books of the 300 whose comic series on newsstands each month is composed so far, thus leaving the door open to the first Italian franchise completely in English . “Dampyr” is set during the Balkan War in the early 90s and follows the story of Harlan. Haunted by horrible nightmares, Harlan makes ends meet by posing as a Dampyr (in Slavic mythology, half-human, half-vampire) capable of freeing villages from what superstitious locals naively deem terrible curses linked to the vampire world. But summoned by soldiers attacked by bloodthirsty creatures, Harlan discovers the truth: he is indeed a Dampyr. Trying to face a terrible “Ruler of the Night”, Harlan must learn to manage his powers and discover his origins. He is accompanied by a renegade vampire and a soldier seeking revenge. “Dampyr” features an all-international cast in which Dampyr is Wade Briggs (Still Star Crossed, Please Like Me, “Foundation”, “His Dark Materials”), Stuart Martin is Emil Kurjak (“Jamestown”, “Medici”, “Crossing Lines”) and Frida Gustavsson is Tesla (“Dröm”, “Eld Lagor”, “Arne Dahl”, “Vikings: Valhalla”). Alongside them, David Morrissey as Gorka (“Britannia”, “The Missing” , “Good Omens”, “The Walking Dead”), Sebastian Croft as Yuri (“Game of Thrones”, “Horrible Histories: The Movie”, “Doom Patrol”, “Heartstopper”) and Luke Roberts as of Draka (“Game of Thrones”, “Pirates of the Caribbean”, 300: Rise of an Empire, The Batman).

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