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Thirst (Bakjwi)
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Thirst (Bakjwi) 2009

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When the smoke clears from a failed experiment to find a cure for a fatal disease, a devout priest finds himself forever changed. Specifically, he's a vampire -- but that isn't the only thing that's different. Now he's also willing to commit adultery with the wife of his childhood friend, a sin he never would have considered before. Kang-ho Song, Ha-kyun Shin and Ok-bin Kim co-star in this horror offering from Korean director Chan-wook Park.

Release Date:July 31st, 2009
MPAA Rating:R
Running Time:133 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsChan-wook Park
Written By:
No image existsSeo-Gyeong Jeong
No image existsChan-wook Park
No image existsÉmile Zola
Kang-ho SongKang-ho Song
No image existsHa-kyun Shin
No image existsDal-su Oh
No image existsYoung-chang Song
Eriq EbouaneyEriq Ebouaney
No image existsMi-ran Ra

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Thirst (Bakjwi) Movie Review by Cenobite (4/27/2010)

Should the name Chan-wook Park sound relatively familiar, it is. More than almost any other living Korean film-maker, Park solidified his well-earned reputation with the sleeper hit Oldboy. Although I've enjoyed & certainly respected his decisions when it comes to other works, I couldn't fathom anything so masterful nor as...

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Thirst (Bakjwi) Movie Review by Movie Addict (12/15/2009)

The director of Oldboy, Chan-wook Park has a bucketful of awards, and just added a couple of more with this vampire tale.

With graphic bloody violence, disturbing images, strong sexual content, nudity and language, you can be sure that this vampire tale is not in the Twilight vein.

OK-bin Kim, a former beauty queen with...

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Thirst (Bakjwi) Movie Review by Zara (12/6/2009)

It's unfair when a director makes movies that are exceptional. Sure, if they make one, you get your hopes up for the others, if they make two, you start to have faith in their consistency. But the problem is that no one is infallible. And as much as I have been consumed with love for previous Chan-wook Park films, I hate...

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Thirst (Bakjwi) Movie Review by Lloyd (8/11/2009)

The movie moves slowly in the beginning but then it picks up with style. At times it seems a bit campy, but if you love vampires, then you will enjoy this movie. Yes as the movie moves along there is nudity, blood and lots of blood. The film is 2hr. 13min. but it does move along once you get pass the slow beginning and...

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