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How Louis In AMC’s Interview With The Vampire Is Changing The Story In A Major Way

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In both the 1994 film and the original book of Interview with the Vampire, Louis de Pointe du Lac is a plantation owner in late 18th century Louisiana. However, as can be seen from the iteration of AMC, Louis is no longer a plantation owner as that would not be feasible in the early 1900s, which is where the AMC story begins. Instead, Louis is a New Orleans brothel owner, which is a marked departure from the source material. Yet while the time period and setting have changed, many of the big story beats for Louis can likely continue in a similar vein.

After Louis turns into a vampire in the book, his slaves begin to suspect that something dark and sinister has happened. Although friendly, Louis begins to feel that his vampiric presence poses a danger to his slaves, and he releases them all while burning his house down in a fit of rage. Likewise, this moment from the book could easily be adapted into AMC’s version, without the racial implications. As the brothel owner on the TV show Interview with the Vampire, Louis still has lives in his care, and he’ll likely take a similar path to his book counterpart, in the sense that he’ll free those in his orbit, albeit just for her own safety from his newfound and barely restrained monstrous nature.

It will be interesting to see how this change to Louis will affect the story further, especially since Season 2 has already been approved.



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