The most captivating scene in the first episode of Anne Rice's interview with The Vampire is around a poker table.
It was in 1910, the setting was New Orleans, and fearing Louis du Lac (Jacob Anderson)
his newfound knowledge that Leoncourt (Sam Reeds) was part of a game with the most powerful men in town.
As these white aristocrats are good for Louis, a wealthy young Creele owner of heritage
Lestat actually stops time, freezing everyone, except by both speaking telepathy and repairing it to racists.
To maintain the fine. Black man whom they clearly consider inferior.
The painting is breathtaking – Rudy's face turned to a stone, frozen poker chips in frozen hands and a green tableau in the middle.
It is also a pivotal moment in the series' illustrious history
Lestat has not yet told Louis that she was a vampire, and this is the first open display of her powers that Louis has seen.
Lestat believed in that, but there is something else.