Local Vampire

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  • ME, HR
  • 2011
  • 110'
  • 35 mm
  • color
  • comedy
  • Orig. Title: Lokalni vampir

The story begins when the main character returns to his mother's lakeside house to tell her that, due to his gambling addiction, he has lost everything, including her house. The mother manages to stop him from committing suicide, and helps him to fake his death. The son carries on with his life, living in the attic of the mother's house, and pretending that he is a vampire. When he realizes that the mother is still an attractive woman for her age, he decides to wreak revenge on all the men from the area that show any interest in her.

Branko Baletić
Branko Kovačević
Živko Zalar
Milo Lekić
Art Direction
Stanislav Nikičević
Costume Design
Ljiljana Popović-Bobot
Leo Đokaj
Sound Design
Jovo Kljajić
Kristina Stevović, Milivoj Obradović, Gordana Gadžić, Mladen Nelević, Andrija Milošević, Vojo Krivokapić, Voja Brajović
Branko Baletić
Udruženje filmskih stvaralaca Crne Gore (UFSCG)
B-film (ME), Jadran film (HR), MAPA (ME), Goraton (ME)

Branko Baletić (1946) is a Serbian-Montenegrian film director and producer. He is the head of the Cinematheque of Montenegro in Podgorica. His films include The Border (producer, 1990), Stela (executive producer, 1990), My Uncle's Legacy (executive producer, 1988), and his most celebrated Balkan Express (director, 1983): a comic tale of Serbian bootleggers and thieves during the German occupation in WWII which remains a milestone of Serbian cinema.

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