What's the Difference between Interview with the Vampire the Book and Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles the Movie?

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Interview with the Vampire

74%
Released: 1976
Author: Anne Rice

Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles

26%
Released: 1994
Director: Neil Jordan
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Louis de Pointe du Lac
Louis de Pointe du Lac
Portrayed by: Brad Pitt
Lestat de Lioncourt
Lestat de Lioncourt
Portrayed by: Tom Cruise
Claudia
Claudia
Portrayed by: Kirsten Dunst
Armand
Armand
Portrayed by: Antonio Banderas
Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles Book vs Movie
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   Louis is depressed and wants to die after his pious brother dies. He is depressed because of the death of his wife and infant child.
   Claudia is between 4 and 5 years old when she is made into a vampire. Kirsten Dunst was 12 years old when she portrayed Claudia.
   After Claudia is killed, Louis joins Armand and travels around Eastern Europe together for many years. Louis cannot forgive Armand for his part in Claudia's death and he leaves Paris and roams around alone for many years.
   When Louis finishes his story, the boy asks to be turned into a Vampire. Louis is furious and sucks his blood til he is unconscious. Louis throttles the boy, but does not drink his blood.
   The interviewer wakes up and jumps in his car to try and find Lestat. He gets in his car to try and find Lestat, but as he is driving on the Golden Gate Bridge, Lestat jumps out from the back seat and drains his blood. He says he will give the boy the choice he never had. He drives off with the radio blaring Sympathy for the Devil.
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