Brooklyn writer-director Onur Tukel stars in this black comedy about relationships, attraction, commitment, and the true meaning of ‘eternity.’ Eric, a misanthropic, emotionally-stunted New Yorker, finds himself on the brink of a premature mid-life crisis when he rejects his career-woman girlfriend's marriage proposal. Stuck at a dead-end job with no allure in the dating pool and even less in bed, Eric has all reason to lose hope. But that all changes one fateful night when he runs into a vampire in an alleyway. The next day, Eric finds his confidence invigorated and his stomach in an excruciating pain that can only be subdued by one thing: blood.
With self-effacing humor and biting wit, Tukel pokes fun at the frustrating nuances of humanity that perpetuate even when we’re no longer human. Featuring Anna Margaret Hollyman and Alex Karpovsky, and a few vampire threesomes for good measure.
Horror, Comedy, New York, NY Director(s)
About the Director(s)
Onur Tukel is a filmmaker, writer/illustrator, and occasional actor. He co-starred in Michael Tully's feature film, Septien, for which Tukel also created 65 pastel and ink drawings that were exhibited at the Pennington Gallery in New York in 2011. He co-starred in Alex Karpovsky's first feature film Red Flag, and recently wrote and directed the feature film, Richard’s Wedding, which The Wall Street Journal proclaimed, "sets a new standard for laughs-per-minute in a micro-budget comedy." Onur’s second children’s book, Rainstack!, was published by Two Lions in 2013.
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