Only Lovers Left Alive, 2013. A British-German vampire love story. Written and directed by Jim Jarmusch. Starring Tom Hiddleston, Tilda Swinton, Mia Wasikowska, John Hurt, and Jeffrey Wright.
After living for centuries and influencing the careers of countless famous musicians and scientists, vampire Adam has become a reclusive musician. He spends his days recording albums on outdated studio equipment and lamenting the state of the modern world while he sulks in a dilapidated house in a deserted Detroit neighborhood. He has become convinced that humanity is doomed and continually refers to humans as “zombies.”
Adam survives on blood-bank donations regularly supplied by Dr. Watson, who is happy to take Adam’s money and not ask any questions. Having acquired substantial amounts of scientific knowledge over the years, the vampire has managed to build contraptions to power both his home and vintage sports car with technology originally pioneered by Nikola Tesla. Despite his reclusive nature, he is immensely wealthy and remains a popular musician.
Eve has spent the past several years living in Tangier where she purchases her blood supply from another vampire, Christopher Marlowe. Fearing for Adam’s life, she flies to Detroit. The lovers unite and are content enjoying each other’s company, eating blood popsicles, playing chess, dancing to music at home, and driving around the city at night. Then, a short time later, Eve’s younger sister, Ava, arrives from Los Angeles and shatters the couple’s idyllic seclusion.
(On a personal note - absolute perfection.)