Blood and Chocolate (2007) Horror Movie Review
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As a young girl living in the remote mountains of Colorado, Vivian (Bruckner) watched helplessly as her family was murdered by a pack of angry men for the secret they carried in their blood. Vivian survived the attack by running into the woods and changing into a wolf. Ten years later, Vivian is living a relatively safe and normal life in Bucharest, Romania. Vivian spends her days working in a chocolate shop and nights trawling the city’s underground clubs, fending off the reckless antics of her cousin Rafe, and his gang of delinquents he refers to as "The Five."
Vivian’s life begins to unravel when she has a chance encounter with Aiden (Dancy), an artist researching Bucharest’ ancient art and relics for his next graphic novel. Aiden pursues Vivian until she relents and begins to see him, but she can’t bring herself to tell him the truth - and lives in fear of showing him who she really is. Even though Vivian has sworn never to kill, she is as much an animal as she is human, and her love for Aiden threatens to cast him to the very wolves who saved her life and who are waiting for their chance to hunt him as prey.
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Synopsis:A young teenage werewolf (Bruckner) is torn between honoring her family's secret and her love for a man (Dancy).
About Blood and Chocolate (2007)
Starring: Sandu Mihai Gruia, Anatole Taubman, Mihai Dinvale, Olivier Martinez, Agnes Bruckner, Bryan Dick, Pete Lee-Wilson, Maria Dinulescu, Kata Dobó, Tudor Istodor, Rodica Mandache, Florin Busuioc, Helga Racz, Lia Bugnar, Mihai Calin, Sofia Vladu, Hugh Dancy, David Finti, Katja Riemann, Chris Geere, Tom Harper, Raluca Aprodu, John Kerr, Simona Cuciurianu, Jack Wilson, Alexandru Barba, Vitalie Ursu, Romeo Raicu, Bogdan Voda, Iulian Pana
Runtime: 98 minutes
Director: Katja von Garnier
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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