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First Official Look at Saoirse Ronan in 'Byzantium' Unleashed

February 14, 2012 (8:10 am) GMT
Playing a vampire in the Neil Jordan-directed thriller, the 'Lovely Bones' star is featured in its first still sporting a bright red hood while holding her bloodied fingers close to her mouth.

The first still from vampire thriller "" has been made available for viewing pleasure. Coming out via Deadline, it gives away the first official look at one of its leading ladies, . She is featured in the image covering her head with a bright red hood and holding her bloodied fingers close to her mouth.

In the Neil Jordan-directed movie, Ronan takes on the role of Eleanor, a teenager who is turned into a vampire by her own mother. The 17-year-old star of "" teams up with "" beauty , who plays her on-screen mother, Clara.

"Byzantium" follows two young "sisters", who are on the run for murder, as they arrive penniless at an English seaside town. Clara is a fiercely modern woman who has her eyes on the future and no time for the past, while Eleanor is shy and innocent. Yet, they both hide the same secrets. They are really mother and daughter, and they are both vampires.

Exhausted by 200 years on the run, Eleanor is desperate to settle down, but little does she know, her mother has been protecting her all of the years from their own kind, "The Brotherhood". To escape them, they must either blend in or continue running away. Just as they think they may have escaped, their past rapidly catches up with them.

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