This time, we will present the Best European Fantastic Feature Film Award-winning satire thriller. Throughout the entire existence of the Irish public, there was a vampire named Ahatt. The vampire couldn’t be killed, so he was covered in the ground and the stones were squeezed to make a burial place. The story depends on the Irish folklore. The plot spins around Frances, who is known as the internment spot of the vampire, Ahatt.
In any case, when it came to building a street through their town, the street was intended to cross their territory. So what happens when Frances and her child Eugene awaken the vampire as they plan to make ready for the plot? Can this vampire be killed? It’s a light and attractive vehicle since it has a clever depiction of what they will attempt to overcome.