Walking Through Bad City In The First 'Iranian Vampire Western'

November 20, 2014 10:20 PM

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In a recent essay for Wired about Pulp Fiction, Ana Lily Amirpour put forward an outsider's dichotomy for judging films. "Movies trying to be popular, those aren't the real heroes," she wrote. "The real heroes are the odd, off-the-beaten-path weirdos."

Certainly you can garner Amirpour's taste for the strange and uncategorized in her debut feature A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night, which is being billed as the "first Iranian vampire western." You'll also glean her debt to Tarantino, if only in how Girl Walks Home manages to be a wholly original wor...

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