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Malice Mizer - 薔薇の婚礼


Bara no Konrei ~Mayonaka ni Kawashita Yakusoku~ (Bridal of Rose) is a movie released by Malice Mizer on March 22, 2002. It is a silent movie with a storyline similar to Dracula (and many other vampire-based stories) with Japanese and English captions for dialogue. A majority of the movie has music from Malice Mizer's final album, Bara no Seidou playing in the background. Some of the tracks had been altered slightly to fit the pace of the movie and the scene. Many parts of the story (especially in the beginning) are flashbacks.

Cast: * Klaha - The protagonist, a man who travels to Transylvania from England on business (similar to Jonathan Harker in Dracula). * Közi - A vampire of the same name. * Mana - A female vampire and nun who is working for the Earl of Dracula. * Yu~ki - The Earl of Dracula, the antagonist of the story. * Terumi Nagayoshi - Cecil, the protagonist's fiancée (similar to Mina Murray in Dracula).

Directed by: Hiroyuki Muto
Starring : Klaha Mana Közi Yu~ki Terumi Nagayoshi
Music by: Malice Mizer
Release date: March 22, 2002
length: ca. 80min
Subtitles: Japanese and English - the English translation is not the best, but since there is only little text anyways it's not a problem to understand the movie (even though it's rather artistic)
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