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I have read a few comments from western audiences who have taken issue with the “scariest vampire film ever” title and not one of them have acknowledged the socio-cultural context in which the film was made. The village council assume it is all over and argue that the landowner Zivan is being unreasonable in his refusal to allow his daughter to marry Strahinja and with the blessing of the local priest they kidnap Radojka. After asking Zivan for his daughters hand in marriage and been refused on the grounds of his poverty Strahinja decides to leave the village. After locating the grave they pierce it with a stake but the soul of the vampire in the form of a butterfly escapes from the coffin before it is sprinkled by the Holy water. After a drunken celebration on the eve of the wedding night everyone except Zivan looks forward to the marriage of the two young lovers the next day – however events take a strange turn Fully expecting him to be dead by the morning the council is astonished to find him still alive and decide to locate and destroy the grave of the vampire Sava Savanovic. After four millers have been killed the council elders become desperate as food is rapidly running out. Please see your browser settings for this feature.

It appears your browser does not have it turned on. I would welcome anyone who can provide any information they have about the film and its current status. If anyone can offer or correct any of the dialogue, that would be very useful as I do not speak Serbian. This sense of “Otherness” is reinforced by the haunting musical score by Milan Trickovic and a visual palette of colours and textures that are unfamiliar to western eyes. The village council assume it is all over and argue that the landowner Zivan is being unreasonable in his refusal to allow his daughter to marry Strahinja and with the blessing of the local priest they kidnap Radojka. How much of this was part of the director and cinematographers aesthetic vision and how much of it was down to the technological differences of filming recording and broadcasting in Eastern Europe is unknown but as an avid viewer of “communist” era films and television programmes, this aesthetic difference is very noticeable. After a drunken celebration on the eve of the wedding night everyone except Zivan looks forward to the marriage of the two young lovers the next day – however events take a strange turn Contact Information kosmikino gmail.

The original subtitle file was for a lower quality rip with a different time code so I have revised the subtitles. On the way he is met by members of the village council who persuade him to take the job of the village miller. Leptirica was the first “Serbian” horror film and was loosely based on the story “After Ninety Years” by Milovan Glisic. Meanwhile on the other side of the village a poor young man Strahinja is in love with Radojka played by the hauntingly beautiful Mirjana Nikolic the daughter of the local landowner Zivan.

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Leptirica which roughly translates as ‘She Butterfly’ though I have also seen it called ‘Night Butterfly’ by the Croatian born director Djordje Kadijevic was made in the early seventies for the Belgrade television company “Radiotelevizija Beograd”. Many thanks to the original unknown translator and subtitle maker – if anyone knows who they are, please get in touch so we can add you to the credits and generally praise your efforts.

After locating the grave they pierce it with a stake but the soul of the vampire in the form of a butterfly escapes from the coffin before it is sprinkled by the Holy water.

I have read a few comments from western audiences who have taken issue with the “scariest vampire film ever” title and not one of them have acknowledged the socio-cultural context in which the film was made.

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There are no reviews yet. Until copies surfaced a few years ago, it was pretty much unknown outside of the Balkan states, if you enjoy films like Valerie and Her Week of Wonders, this is for you. Likewise, some of the factual information I have provided may be incorrect. After a drunken celebration on the eve of the wedding night everyone except Zivan looks forward to the marriage of the oeptirica young lovers the next day – however events take a strange turn Uploaded by kosmikino on April 26, One of the reasons this film is called “the scariest vampire film ever made” fil the fact that when the film was first shown in Yugoslavia a man in Macedonia allegedly died of “fright” this caused the director a whole heap of trouble in the eyes of the then communist authorities and it was even branded a “terrorist” leeptirica by some elements of the state run press.

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Be the first one to write a review. The village council assume it is ohror over and argue that the landowner Zivan is being unreasonable in his refusal to allow his daughter to marry Strahinja and with the blessing of the local priest they kidnap Radojka.

This sense of “Otherness” is reinforced by the haunting musical score by Milan Trickovic and a visual palette of colours and textures that are unfamiliar to western eyes.

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After four millers have been killed the council elders become desperate as food is rapidly running out. I have read somewhere that the original reel is still exists and despite efforts by the director, it still remains in a dusty Belgrade television archive to this day. Contact Fiml kosmikino gmail.

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After asking Zivan for his daughters hand in marriage and been refused on the grounds of his poverty Strahinja decides to leave the village. If anyone can offer or correct any of the dialogue, that would be very useful as I do not speak Serbian. I would welcome anyone who can provide lephirica information they have about the film and its current status.

Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. The story revolves around the 19th century Serbian leptriica of “Zaroshje” that is plagued by the vampire “Sava Savanovic” who has been systematically killing anyone who takes charge of the flour mill situated in the woods outside the village.

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It was as far as I know only ever shown twice on the then Yugoslavian television network – its original TV broadcast – and again in the eighties no idea of specific date – It has never been “officially” elptirica outside of its country of origin and no “official” DVD release has ever surfaced.

It appears your browser does not have it turned on. Rather than draw upon these western forms of vampire and Gothic cljeli literature and cinema the director Djordje Kadijevic went back to its source and in doing so created something completely cijrli and compelling in the horror genre.

How much of this was part of the director and cinematographers aesthetic vision and how much of it was down to the technological differences of filming recording and broadcasting in Eastern Europe is unknown but as an avid viewer of “communist” era films and television programmes, this aesthetic difference is very noticeable.

Fully expecting him to be dead by the morning the council is astonished to find him still alive and decide to locate and destroy the grave of the vampire Sava Savanovic.