Let the Right One In

Let the Right One In
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Bettina

Excellent.

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Amalia

Delicate and bittersweet despite its "horror" premise, this captures perhaps better than most other movies on this theme the absolute sadness and loneliness of the vampire.

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Alexandra

This is a beautiful friendship/vampire story. It is a must watch.

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Lauren

This is my favorite vampire film I've seen yet. The stark landscapes, deliberate pacing and well-written characters made it a joy to experience. The young actors portraying the leads were also fantastic.

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Gino

Far more than just another vampire movie. This film is an intense, dark love story about two strange, lonely twelve year-old kids--though one of them, in her own words, has been twelve for a very long time.
This is a great film.

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Charles

Just excellent.

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Dillon

Excited to watch this!

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EVAN

One of my all time favorite horror films. The American remake does no justice to the Swedish original.

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Maryellen

Well written and not-so-spooky vampire movie!

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Eric

Surprisingly good...the girl was a good actress and it was an interesting tale of vampires and love in this modern age.....I do not usually like horror / dark films but this was well written.

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Len

Berlin Alexanderplatz/1980 German TV

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