In 1979, award-winning director Werner Herzog and his volatile star Klaus Kinski embarked on a milestone in international cimema: a dual language remake of F.W. Murnau's legendary 1922 horror classic NOSFERATU. The film starred Kinski in the performance of a lifetime as the predatory vampire Dracula, with Isabelle Adjani (THE TENANT) as his beloved Lucy and Bruno Ganz (WINGS OF DESIRE) as the doomed Jonathan Harker. Filmed on breathtaking locations throghout Europe and simutaneously shot in both German and English speaking versions that create facinating differences in the tone and texture, Werner Herzog's NOSGERATU has since become recognized worldwide as the definitive version of the Dracula legend as well as one of the most extraordinary haunting horror films ever made.