Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Undead

USA 2008

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Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Undead
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Directed by Jordan Galland

A comedy that explains the connection between Hamlet, the Holy Grail, and some very sexy vampires. Julian Marsh is an out of work and unsuspecting ladies man who still lives in the apartment above his Dad's medical office. Frustrated by his son's lack of a career, the good doctor cuts a deal with one of his creepy patients and gets Julian a job directing an off-Broadway play. The play is a bizarre adaptation of Hamlet written by a pale Romanian man named Horatio who is actually a master vampire. Julian recruits some New York actor buddies and a longtime ex-girlfriend to star in the show and they find themselves smack dab in the middle of a two thousand year old conspiracy. Forget about the garlic and the holy water only the Holy Grail itself can save them now if only being undead wasn't so much God-damned fun!


Cast:

Jake Hoffman as Julian Marsh
John Ventimiglia as Theo Horace/Horatio
Kris Lemche as Vince
Waris Ahluwalia as Hugo Pepper
Geneva Carr as Charlotte lawrence
Azie Tesfai as Zadeska
Carmen Goodine as Lyuba
Jeremy Sisto as Detective Wimbly
Joey Kern as Hamlet
Chip Zien as Dr. Marsh
Polina Frantsena as Julian's Fan
Mike Landry as Mickey/Guildenstern
Lou Carbonneau as Rookie Cop
Carlos Velazquez as Carlo/Rosencrantz



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