Additional information for Bled, which has a domestic theatrical release set for June 6, 2009. The film is being distributed by Lionsgate and has not yet been rated. Bled has a total running time of 95 minutes.
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Sai, a young artist living in a downtown warehouse delves into an ancient world of blood and lust. An enigmatic foreigner seduces her to try a long forgotten drug making her the prey of a ... See full summary
Texas Chainsaw Massacre executive producer Christopher Hutson crafts this eerie tale of a downtown artist who falls prey to a dimensional vampire seeking to cross over into the real world. Sai is a talented artist who's about to be drawn into an ancient world of blood and lust. Seduced into trying a strange new drug by an enigmatic foreigner, Sai enters into a dreamlike realm where reality and fantasy collide. Awaiting her arrival in that world is a dimensional vampire who needs her newfound thirst for blood to cross into the physical plane. The stronger her addiction grows, the closer the being comes to realizing his true power. [D-Man2010]Sai (Sarah Farooqui) is a young artist living in a loft that anyone here in New York City would pay a small fortune to rent. It is amazing that in films like this money may be discussed but never seems to be too much of a problem. Sais paintings are dark in tone and a little bit on the creepy side. This seems to be a point of attraction for a handsome European man, Renfield (Jonathan Oldham). He slowly infuses himself into Sais tight circle of friends. These are kindred spirits including a photographer, Royce (Chris Ivan Cevic), aspiring novelist Eric (Alex Petrovitch) and the requisite musician Kerra (Michele Morrow). As is typical in a movie of this sort they are all extremely attractive and have a predilection to experimental substances. This sets them up as the perfect victims when Renfield offers them a new drug. Once in a state of altered consciousness he is able to bring him to his dimension where his kind can have a little feast. [D-Man2010]
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