Vampires, especially the stylish sub-breed of those defiling bloodsuckers who group together onscreen in movies Oscar-nominated for art direction, are very choosy about the virginally sweet child-women they ceremoniously disrobe, slay, and slurp upon. The ideal sacrifice must be fair of skin, fine-boned of face, with a blondeness reminiscent of a stilled breeze, a wiry wisp of which blondeness must cover the juncture at the top of her thighs. When she stands, a drugged satiation must cause her eyes to droop as if in satisfied lust, and her breasts must be plump and buoyant, as if filled and bobbing with life's most important fluid. In short, the perfect victim and party favor is embodied by French actress Laure Marsac, as full-frontally revealed in Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994).
Rainbow pour Rimbaud (1996) - as Isabelle