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A film titled The Countess depicts about the life of a powerful woman who was infamous for a brutal murder of innocent women In the film the countess Elizabeth Bathory was born to one of the noble families of Hungary during 17th century and she was raised strictly by her mother from whom she had obtained personalities of senseless and fearless but intelligence She was also a powerful political woman and gained a more powerful status after her husband died from a severe illness The Countess also depicts about the corruption of a woman struggling to deal with the aging process The countess met a young boy Istvan when she was forty-years old and they soon fell in love with each other However the age difference was the reason Istvans father refused their relationship and arranged his sons marriage to a young lady from a wealthy family The countess was not just madly in love with Istvan but also was attracted to his youth and purity It was the time when she begun to notice her physical appearance getting old and growing wrinkles in her hands and her face Despite his fathers refusal Istvan told the countess to wait for him and that he would come back to stay with her but he never came back The countess who lost her mind and felt betrayed by the one she loved most became insane forcing her servants to bring a virgin girl who gives fresh blood that would rejuvenate her skin The countess believed that bathing her skin with pure blood would make her skin younger when she saw her wrinkleless smooth skin reflected in the mirror after accidently blood from an injured servant splashed over the countesss face That was the beginning of murderous events that the countess started to seek for blood from virgin women to bring back her youth It was from the envy of youth that made her obsessed with blood
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