Which supernatural film used Oak Alley Plantation in Vacherie, Louisiana as a key residence?
The film "Interview with the Vampire" is concerned with 'The Vampire Chronicles', the story of vampire Lestat. He is the one who transforms a man named Louis into a vampire. When Lestat (Tom Cruise) first encounters Louis de Pointe du Lac (Brad Pitt) in Louisiana, he is living on a beautiful estate. Louis's home is actually Oak Alley Plantation on the Mississippi River in Vacherie, Louisiana. Originally a sugar cane plantation, the estate is now (2019) open to the public and run by a non-profit. It is protected as a National Historic Landmark.
The 1994 movie "Interview with the Vampire" focuses on the selfishly evil vampire Lestat (Cruise). He seduces Louis (Pitt) in 1791 into a life of immortality, where he is troubled by the need to kill to maintain his own life. He later confesses his 200 year erotic and bloody adventure to an unbelieving journalist, an eager biographer (Christian Slater).
The Gothic romantic horror film, which chronicles two self-involved vampires, was directed by Neil Jordan. It was based on Anne Rice's 1976 novel of the same name. It was produced by David Geffen and Stephen Woolley. The film was distributed by Warner Bros. (WB). The supporting cast features Kirsten Dunst as Claudia, Antonio Banderas as Armand, Stephen Rea as Santiago, Marcel Iureş as Paris Vampire, Domiziana Giordano as Madeleine, Thandie Newton as Yvette, and Sara Stockbridge as Estelle.
The film was a commercial success. It grossed $223.7 million (US dollars) worldwide.