From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Quo Vadis? is a 1985 international television miniseries made by Radiotelevisione Italiana, Antenne 2, Polyphon Film-und Fernsehgesellschaft, Channel 4 Television, TVE and Televisione Svizzera Italiana (TSI). It was directed by Franco Rossi and produced by Elio Scardamaglia and Francesco Scardamaglia. The script was by Ennio De Concini based on the novel Quo Vadis by Henryk Sienkiewicz. The series lasts six hours and was originally shown in six one-hour episodes. Description above from the Wikipedia article Quo Vadis? (miniseries), licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia
Mark wants to lose his virginity, but his girlfriend wants to wait. Unfortunately for both of them, a 400-year-old vampire Countess needs to turn a virgin into a vampire before Halloween in order to preserve her own youthful appearance, and when she finds Mark, she turns his life upside-down.
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