The coming of Nosferatu

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The coming of Nosferatu

Archetype of a whole cinematographic genre and one of the greatest masterpieces in the history of cinema, Nosferatu represents in full how a film can still be a source of inspiration after almost a hundred years. This movie created legends and stories connected to the shooting and to those who worked on it, up to the birth of a proper veneration for everything concerning the film (At the Stahnsdorf cemetery in Germany, the head of the director, F.W. Murnau, was stolen recently by unknown perpetrators). Some claim that Max Schreck wasn’t an actor but a vampire, others believe that Murnau went to the Carpathian Mountains to look for the “real” vampire…

The story, loosely inspired by Bram Stoker’s Dracula, is the one that everybody knows but, despite the vampire appearing on screen for only 9 minutes, his character has become legendary, so much so that his profile and his long nailed hands are now part of the world’s collective imagination. Nosferatu is the vampire par excellence, the immortal mysterious character known worldwide.

One of the highlights of the film is the arrival of Nosferatu on a ghost and rats infested sailing ship: this statue (with an intricate and highly detailed diorama) captures this moment in all it’s drama and aesthetic beauty.

Description

One of the highlights of the film is the arrival of Nosferatu on a ghost and rats infested sailing ship: this statue (with an intricate and highly detailed diorama) captures this moment in all it’s drama and aesthetic beauty.

Working on a subject like Count Orlok means facing once again the history of silent films. As usual, our aim is to create an accurate 3D statue that captures the essence of the character and movie’s atmosphere.

This time the Old & Rare project will be set in the dark world of the most disturbing and mysterious creature in the history of cinema.

For more information on Old & Rare products click here

 

Technical Specifications

  • Height: Inch. 14,1 (cm. 36)
  • Width: Inch. 12,2 x 13,7 (cm 31x35) 
  • Weight: Kg. 4,5
  • Limited Edition: 250
  • Author: Friederich W. Murnau
  • Sculpt: Daniele “Danko” Angelozzi
  • Paint: Jerry Di Tullio
  • Art Direction: Fabio Berruti
  • Availability: May/June 2017
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