Therapy For a Vampire
Its title is a dead giveaway! When the compulsive Count Geza von Kozsmom, whose thirst for life has become one of eternal damnation, seeks Sigmund Freud’s advice, he notices a painting of a beautiful woman done by Freud’s dream illustrator. Burdened with a centuries old relationship with a woman who no longer knows what she looks like due to her being unable to see her reflection, the Count hires Viktor to render his wife on canvas. Viktor has always hoped his art would make him immortal, not his model – while the Count pursues his fiancée. His compulsive desire to kill his wife is similar to the comedic daydreams from Divorce Italian Style.