John Hurt Tom Hiddleston Jim Jarmusch
The story of Jarmusch's Vampire film "Only Lovers Left Alive " takes place in two evocative settings: "Tangier, where Eve (Tilda Swinton) walks the ancient streets in slow motion, wearing beige silk that swings with her long vampirish hair, and Detroit, where her life-long lover Adam (Tom Hiddleston), a musician, hangs out listening to vinyl records and composing on his many stringed instruments, while awaiting his blood supplies." [karin badt]
In Tangier we have a third Vampire character , a cultivated old man named Christopher Marlowe (John Hurt), the true Shakespeare who really wrote Shakespeare’s plays; he’s still alive and well, living in Tangiers and hanging out with Eve as the film opens.
Could it be after Jarmuschs movie that more people do have an interest for Marlowe as the true Shakespeare candidate than before?