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I loveee nosferatu goes shopping!! He's always felt relatable to me but this one especially-- this is how I feel every time I walk into the delicates section of a thrift shop.

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Thank you, Gillian! I love expressing my own quirks & clumsiness through the lens of Nosferatu. What fresh horror will he be up to this time...ūü¶á

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Nov 3, 2023Liked by Andrea Sparacio

That final Nosferatu frame is my FAVE. (and yes to art and love too)

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Thank you so much, April! My new goal is to always save a lil Easter Egg for post credits. I want to dabble in "animated bloopers" bc I'm a Gen X kid who always loved the outtakes & blooper reels haha

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I really want to see Max Shrek's obscure comedy! Wonder if it still exists...

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Yeah! I remember seeing a clip years ago. Just found this: "In 1923, Schreck was still in Munich. He appeared in a 16-minute (one-reeler)¬†slapstick, "surreal comedy" written by¬†Bertolt Brecht¬†entitled¬†Mysterien eines Friseursalons¬†(Mysteries of a Barbershop). Schreck appeared as a blind man in the film¬†Die Stra√üe¬†(The Street) the same year." SLAPSTICK! It's like he gave me permission from the past ūü§£

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