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Der Vampir auf der Couch (2016)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $30,115Details
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $8,039 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $8,039
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Synopsis

Vienna, 1930. Count von Kozsnom has lost his thirst for life, and his eternally long marriage cooled centuries ago. Fortunately, Sigmund Freud, with his innovative new approach to solving life’s existential problems, is accepting new patients. During their strictly nocturnal sessions, the good doctor suggests the Count appease his vain wife, desperate to see her own reflection, by commissioning a portrait of her by his assistant, Viktor, an aspiring painter. But it’s Viktor’s headstrong girlfriend Lucy who most intrigues the Count, convinced she’s the reincarnation of his one true love. Soon, the whole crowd is a hilarious mess of mistaken identities and misplaced affections in this send-up of the vampire genre, proving once and for all that 500 years of marriage is enough

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: June 10th, 2016 (Limited) by Music Box Films, released as Therapy For A Vampire
Video Release: September 6th, 2016 by Music Box Films Video, released as Therapy For A Vampire
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 87 minutes
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Keywords: Dysfunctional Family, Vampire, 1930s, Therapists / Therapy, Psychiatrist, Painter
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Novotny and Novotny, Hugofilm Productions
Production Countries: Austria

Cast

   Countess Elsa von Kozsnom
   Count Geza von Kozsnom
   Lucy
Dominic Oley    Viktor
David Bennent    Radul
Erni Mangold    Madamoiselle Sedlacek
Lars Rudolph    Oscar
Anatole Taubman    Guest
   Dr. Sigmund Freud
Julia Jelinek    Servant Girl

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    David Ruhm
Producer    Franz Novotny
Producer    Alexander Glehr
Producer    Christof Neracher
Producer    Christian Davi
Producer    Thomas Thumena
Cinematographer    Martin Gschlacht
Editor    Claudio Cea
Composer    Adrian Vonwiller
Composer    Stefan Jungmair
Composer    Bernard Jungmair
Sound Designer    Jurg von Allmen
Re-recording Mixer    Jurg von Allmen
Re-recording Mixer    Ralf Krause
Visual Effects Designer    Marcus Salzmann
Special Effects    Joe Joachim
Costume Designer    Monika Buttinger
Make up    Sam Dopona
Sound Mixer    Patrick Storck
Sound Mixer    Thomas Schmidt-Gentner
Casting Director    Rita Wasilowicz
Production Manager    Gottlieb Pallendorf
Line Producer    Johanna Scherz

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/06/10 72 $3,361   2 $1,681   $3,361 3
2016/06/24 57 $8,318   9 $924   $14,150 17
2016/07/08 83 $1,228   2 $614   $26,382 31
2016/07/15 76 $2,216 +80% 4 $554   $29,610 38

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/06/10 75 $5,832   2 $2,916   $5,832 7
2016/06/24 58 $14,204   9 $1,578   $20,036 21
2016/07/01 78 $5,118 -64% 4 $1,280   $25,154 28
2016/07/08 88 $2,240 -56% 3 $747   $27,394 35
2016/07/15 85 $2,721 +21% 4 $680   $30,115 42

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