Catherine Deneuve and David Bowie star in Tony Scott's 1983 cult classic. This chic, stylish couple teaches music by day and feeds on humans at night. The fetching Miriam (Deneuve), a 2000 year old vampire, gave John (Bowie) the gift of eternal life hundreds of years ago, choosing him as her lover and companion. Now, Miriam is drawn to Dr. Sarah Roberts (Susan Sarandon), a specialist in premature aging, just as John begins to age rapidly. Sarah is soon Miriam's new lover, and finds herself faced with making the choice of a lifetime.
Pros: Direction and acting Cons: none worth mentioning The Bottom Line: Take a deep breath, sit back and enjoy! Plot Details: This opinion reveals major details about the movie's plot. Susan Sarandon is a scientist studying the effects of aging on the body. David Bowie is afflicted with a disease (it isn't reveled until a little later what it is) that accelerates his aging process. After seeing Sarandon in a television interview, … more