Ultimul film al regizorului korean Park Chan-wook este un thriller cu vampiri pe nume Thirst. Aruncati o privire la teaserul si trailerul korean al acestui film.
Povestea filmului suna cam asa : Un preot foarte devotat (Song Kang-ho) participa alaturi de mai multi voluntari la un experiment medical care da gres si-l transforma intr-un vampir. Schimbarile care le sufera pe plan psihic si psihologic duc la “implicarea” sa (dupa prea mult timp fara a spune nimic) in relatia sotiei lui cu un amic al lui din copilarie. Fostul nostru preot, intra destul de rapid intr-o stare profunda de disperare si depravare. Cum lucrurile merg din ce in ce mai rau, el incearca din rasputeri sa pastreze ce a mai ramas din umanitate.
Thirst e regizat de koreeanul din sud, Park Chan-wook (Joint Security Area, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Oldboy, Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, si I’m a Cyborg, But That’s OK), iar scenariul a fost scris de insusi Park Chan-wook si ajutorul sau Jeong Seo-Gyeong. Filmul apare pe ecrane din luna aprilie in Koreea iar Focus Features va lansa pelicula in Statele Unite tarziu in acest an.
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Latest film of Korean director Park Chan-wook is a vampire thriller called Thirst and it’s due out in Korea this April. We’ve got our first look at a short Korean language teaser trailer for Thirst.
A beloved and devoted priest (Song Kang-ho) from a small town volunteers for a medical experiment which fails and turns him into a vampire. Physical and psychological changes lead to his affair with a wife of his childhood friend who is repressed and tired of her mundane life. The one-time priest falls deeper in despair and depravity. As things turns for worse, he struggles to maintain whats left of his humanity.
Thirst is directed by South Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook, of Joint Security Area, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Oldboy, Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, and I’m a Cyborg, But That’s OK previously. The screenplay was co-written by Park Chan-wook and his writing partner Jeong Seo-Gyeong. The film first hits theaters in Korea in April. Focus Features will then debut Thirst in the US sometime later this year.