For nearly a millennium, undead creatures have survived in a Europe driven by religious dogma by infiltrating and aiding groups bent on reformation and tolerance. As the centuries pass, and religion's stranglehold on society loosens, the undead begin to feel more comfortable nestled inconspicuously into regular, human life.
Hanzo Steinbach's A Midnight Opera is a thrilling portrayal of love and betrayal that plumbs the depths of the human soul.

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