Harry Kümel & the Fantastic

Although the fantastic can bow on a rich tradition in literature and painting, there aren’t too many examples of Belgian fantastic films. The exceptions are two original and remarkable genre entries that Harry Kümel, one of Belgium’s greatest directors, made at the beginning of the seventies: Malpertuis, the brilliant adaptation of Jean Ray’s novel, starring Orson Welles, and Daughters of Darkness, a fascinating lesbian Vampire’s story.



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