Thirst is a South Korean horror film written, produced and directed by Park Chan-wook. It is loosely based on the novel Thérèse Raquin by Émile Zola. Chan-wook Park at an event for Thirst () Kang-ho Song and Ok-bin Kim in .. The first mainstream Korean film to feature full-frontal male nudity See more» . (62nd) Cannes Film Festival - May , - Competition Film Festival - October , - Korean Cinema Today.
Park Chan-wook of South Korea is today's most successful director of horror films , perhaps because there's always more than horror to them. Critics Consensus: The stylish Thirst packs plenty of bloody thrills to . Korean film whose pitch-black humor contributes to set a hysterical. Oldboy director Park Chan-Wook gives us a more adult tale of the undead. Peter Bradshaw on a South Korean vampire-serial-killer-noir.
Thirst () directed by Chan-wook Park is something as oddly inspired as a Korean vampire movie loosely based on Zola's Thérèse Raquin.