Thirst is a 2009 Korean horror movie directed by Park Chan Wook, starring Song Kang Ho, Kim Ok Bin, and Kim Hae Sook. It was based on the novel of Emile Zola entitled Therese Raquin and won Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. 

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Park Chan Wook
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Song Kang Ho, Kim Ok Bin, Kim Hae Sook


  • #1
    July 10, 2018
    "I have never liked any vampire-kind-of thingy story but this one is different. What makes it interesting is that a character of a priest was the one to be the vampire. I like how the story was created, it is very artistic and the little comedy never overpowered the horror film."
    Refering to:
    What are the best Korean horror films
  • #2
    September 25, 2019
    "I dont know but Korean films have a way to make their sexy and erotic movies look professional and very classy. This one is one of those. Song Kang Ho as always is amazing. The film is actually a cool sext horror movie"
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    What are the best sexy horror movies
  • #3
    June 11, 2018
    "Another film from director Park Chan Wook! It was about a Christian priest who got infected with a  disease from Africa which shows the struggles of his inner self. "
    Refering to:
    What are the best Park Chan Wook movies

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