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    • TWILIGHT

    • TWILIGHT

    TWILIGHT

    The genre was not accustomed to romantic, anorexic vampires, but the concept took it by storm and brought us a new breed of monster movie. The teenager, who falls for one of the vampires is not in keeping with the classic idea; to be irresistible to the human race is not necessarily one of the fundamental vampiric mechanisms of predation.
    There was not a lot of knowledge about such melancholic subject matter, but have not we all become specialists recently, through movies, series, remakes and other animated forms of monster stories?

    And now, they live in glass houses, furnished by our designers, equipped with kitchens that participate in a simulacrum of normalities, as is the case for many of us. If they had remained hidden in dilapidated mansions and castles, it would not be so easy to believe. While there, surrounded by these objects that we would like to appropriate, in a house that most would want to occupy, how can we not integrate them into our reality?

    122 min - Romance - 17 November 2008 (US)

    • Director: Catherine Hardwicke
    • Writers: Melissa Rosenberg & Stephanie Meyer
    • Copyright: Imprint Entertainment, Goldcrest Films, Maverick Films, DMG Entertainment Temple Hill Producttions & Summit Entertainment
    • Set designers: Gene Serdena
    • Cast: Robert Pattinson (Edward Cullen), Kristen Stewart (Bella Swan), Taylor Lautner (Jacob Black), Billy Burke (Charlie Swan), Peter Facinelli (Carlisle Cullen), Rachel Lefevre (Victoria), Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen), and Others
    OBJECTS IN THE SCENE
    • Side Table
    • Wall Clock
    • Dishes
    • Eward's Desk Chair
    • Edward's Bookshelves