I watched the film at VideoBush: this link
Lucy: "All of this family stuff feels so far removed from me now. It's almost abstract.
Nadja: No. See how you bury the primary pain? It goes underground. It seeps into the water supply. You're poisoned. All your relationships are poisoned. You must dare to dredge up the primary pain.
Lucy: What good would it do?
Nadja: It frees you.Moria gives it 3 out of 5 stars. Spirituality and Practice says it "presents a clever, engaging, and innovative take on vampire mythology in a well-wrought contemporary tale set in New York City." Weird Wild Realm says, "Of course, if cheezy B vampire films were its competition, Nadja is superb; it is only in comparison to what it strives to be (something as admirable in its perfection as Bergman's Hour of the Wolf) that it suffers." Roger Ebert labels it "Deadpan Noir" and says, "It all sort of works, although probably not for general audiences. ... The film's like a jazz improvisation that wouldn't mean much if you didn't know the original song." It has a 57% critics score and a 69% audience rating at Rotten Tomatoes.