3 comments on “Dracula 2000

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  2. I’m am surprised that you find his accent embarrassing. That’s for sure that Dracula himself (as a fictional character described in books and movies) probably does not know English. If you have watched “Alexander the Great” you probably find Collin Farrell’ s Irish accent bizarre as well. Alexander himself certainly did not English, did he? Would that be exciting if he spoke American or Cockney accent for example? So I think that the actor’s accent starring a historical or fictional character who lived centuries ago does not matter at all, because English probably did not exist when Dracula or many others like him lived or supposed to live.

    • I’m am surprised that you find his accent embarrassing. That’s for sure that Dracula himself (as a fictional character described in books and movies) probably did not know English. If you have watched “Alexander the Great” you probably find Collin Farrell’ s Irish accent bizarre as well. Alexander himself certainly did not know English, did he? Would that be exciting if he spoke American or Cockney accent for example? So I think that the actor’s accent starring a historical or fictional character who lived centuries ago does not matter at all, because English probably did not exist when Dracula or many others like him lived or supposed to live.

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