After the complete destruction of Count Dracula his HIV infected blood arrives in Japan, where a young scientist who is researching vampires hides it in a hospital for later experiments.
At the same time Shutaro Ishikawa (played by Ken Ogata) who works for a pharmaceutical company discovers a scandal, but is killed before he can make it public. In the hospital he accidentally receives some of Dracula's blood. The young scientist tells the daughter of Shutaro (played by Hikari Ishida) to drop blood on his ashes to let him revive.
One year later Shutaro is reborn as a vampire. After some familiarization with his situation and help from his daughter and the scientist his goal is to avenge his murder by feasting on the necks of the strong and virile, rapidly spreading HIV.
Hikari Ishida won 7 awards for Best New Actress: Japan Academy Awards, Blue Ribbon Awards, Hochi Film Awards, Kinema Junpo Awards, Mainichi Film Concours, Nikkan Sports Film Award, Yokohama Film Festival.
Ken Ogata was nominated as Best Actor for the 1992 Japan Academy Award, but did not win.
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