The moral issues presented in the film were quite simply write and wrong. Is it morally acceptable to kill someone in vengeance? Is it morally acceptable to seek vengeance? If I stand back and look at the situation from a biblical standpoint, the new testament anyway, the count should have forgiven his enemies to seek the rewards of heaven. It would take a much greater individual then I to accomplish such a challenge that the bible presents, given this situation. If I look at the situation from how modern society views things, the count would have been a hero to the majority of people.
One of the biggest points in the film is the issue of justice and revenge. The film said a lot on the topic. The priest and the wall said "God will give me justice" but the count refused to believe in God. The count knew in his heart that he had to seek his revenge in order to receive his justice. Although after accomplishing what he did, he realized that God must have helped him.
The film was intriguing and took some interesting turns. I thought it was a great story, and it goes along with standing up for what you believe in. Life has ups and downs, though his were a bit extreme, and people cannot let themselves get too down. The film also told me to never give up when something means that much to me.