Lars is a young and handsome vampire from the Dracas family from Norway. His family had participated in the Clan Wars in Europe. This conflict was between the great families of blood vampires who all descend from the famous Dracula.
In order to unite their strength against the new threats that are looming, the clans decide to gather their heirs in a floating school, aboard a huge boat: The Elisabetha (which is the first name of the beloved of Dracula who died of grief after believing in the disappearance of her lover).
Vampires derive their magical powers from rubies created from the blood of Eglisabetha and the tears of Dracula. These precious rubies arouse a lot of envy. Under the tutelage of the Nosferas of Italy, each student must teach their classmates the magic techniques of their family.
Lars can read minds. At first he shows himself as a pretentious boy, demanding that the elders no longer see him as a child. Certainly the powers of his clan are powerful and his father is a feared man. But nothing can justify his condescending behavior towards others. His meeting with the mysterious Alisa von Vamalia of the vampire clan of Germany will change him. He will mature and make real friends.
At Femboy.fr we love the character of Lars de Dracas. At first, he has a beautiful style between the masculine and the feminine. Indeed, her long blonde hair magnifies her superb square face. Especially since her dark clothes give her a very pleasant gothic look. Secondly, his personality is exemplary. First presented as a bad boy, he will evolve into the dream hero following his meeting with Alisa, the central character of the story. Do you think these two will end up together?
Watch the movie trailer for The Heirs of the Night.
Heirs of the Night is a Norwegian television series authored by Diederik van Rooijen. The screenplay is based on the Die Erben der Nacht book series by Ulrike Schweikert.
The French-language adaptation has been broadcast on Amazon Prime Video since June 4, 2020.
Title: The Heirs of the Night
Director: Diederik van Rooijen
Screenplay: Ulrike Schweikert, Diederik van Rooijen and Maria von Heland
Artistic direction: Algis Garbaciauskas, Silvia Nancu and Martins Straupe
Sets: Martins Eiduks
Costumes: Monica Petit
Photography: Rolf Dekens
Editing: Moek de Groot, Stanley Kolk and Ruben van der Hammen
Music: Stein Berge Svendsen and Bart Westerlaken
Casting: Iveta Dortane, Nikica Kekic, Mette Holme Nielsen, Alice Purser and Belinda Sørensen
Production: Dorothe Beinemeier, Synnøve Hørsdal, Philipp Kreuzer, Petter Onstad Løkke, Leontine Petit, Jörg Schulze and Fleur Winters
Executive Producers: Aija Berzina, Ben Bouwmeester, Jet Christiaanse, Alise Gelze, Sinisa Juricic, Eva Visser and Marianne van Hardeveld
Production companies: Lemming Film, Hamster Film, Maipo Film, Maze Pictures, Nukleus film, Scope Pictures and Tasse Film
Budget: $ 15 million
Country of origin: Flag of Norway Norway
Duration: 26 minutes
Release date :
Norway: October 25, 2019
France: June 4, 2020
Actors and actresses
Anastasia Martin: Alisa von Vamalia
Ulrik William Græsli: Lars of Dracas
Charlie Banks: Tammo von Vamalia
Francesco De Vito: Count Claudio de Nosferas
Florian Bartholomaï: Hindrik
Jordan Adene: Malcolm de Vyrad
Liam Nicolosi: Luciano de Nosferas
Ines Høysæter Asserson: Inger de Dracas
Scarlett Rousset: Joanne de Pyras
Mina Dale: Fanny de Dracas
Lena Kvitvik: Karen of Dracas
Lance West: Nicu
Simonetta Bortolozzi: Countess Viola de Nosferas
Julian Bleach: Dracula
Aisling Sharkey: Ivy
Christina Chong: Calvina
Sallie Harmsen: Tonka de Upiry
Pietro Ragusa: Umberto
Hildegard Schmahl: Elina von Vamalia
Anna Drijver: Anna von Vamalia
Tatjana Nardone: Raphaela
Vegar Hoel: Baron Magnus of Dracas
Annick Christiaens: Baroness Audrey de Pyras
Leo Wringer: Sir Milton of Vyrad
Monic Hendrickx: Elisabeta
Finian Duff Lennon: Seymour of Lycana