First rule of Fight Club: Don't talk about Fight Club
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September 2nd, 2012 (9:03 AM).
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If you can find it, you should totally watch the Spanish version of Dracula. It was filmed at the same time as the iconic 1931 version, same set and costumes. Only difference is that the crew for the Spanish version filmed at night and that meant they got to see what the English crew had done that day, giving them a bit of an advantage in knowing how certain angles might look and if they should change them.
The story is exactly the same, but the visual presentation is different. It's pretty bizarre to watch for the first time if you know the English version well.
That sounds crazy, but interesting. Ever since seeing Hugo I've wanted to see more early movies. They seemed to take all kinds of creative risks back then that you don't see today.
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