Louis Caron is a good man – he is a vegetarian, feeds homeless people, takes care of animals and is concerned with the ecological well-being of the planet. But his altruism has a sinister edge – he’s a vampire – and local detective Taglioni becomes increasingly suspicious of him. Louis’ attempt to escape the police will take him on a journey into his own private hell where he is not only forced to confront his worst fears, but where he will also destroy the lives of those he cares about.
I’ve never read a screenplay before so I wasn’t sure how I was going to like this. I was pleasantly surprised. It was very easy to follow what was going on and to picture the settings in my mind. The main character Louis is struggling to be “a good man” but he’s finding it very hard because he’s a vampire. Every day is hard for him as he tries to fit in with the humans surrounding him. This was a very interesting vampire tale and something that I would have great interest in actually seeing played out on a stage.