I'll stick out my neck and say that Park Chan Wook's wildly gruesome Thirst is the most whacked-out version of an Emile Zola novel ever to reach the screen. show more
Do you dig the current vampire craze? Do you love "Twilight" so much you'd die for it? Then skip South Korean writer-director Park Chan-wook's violent, bloody Thirst, a genre-bending - if not genre-destroying - foray into the vampire myth. show more
Stunning production quality and the story's extremity should arouse interest beyond the specialty Asian market. show more
November 29, 2009 buk107
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The director has unique view on good and evil. Shouldn't simply look at it as a vampire story.