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Thirst gets a U.S. release

This is pretty cool: Park Chan-wook‘s recent Cannes jury prize winner, Thirst, will have a U.S. theatrical release.

Film distributor Focus Features (a division of Universal Pictures) has picked up the vampire thriller; it will open in theaters in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and other large cities on July 31. The film has already been sold to approximately 20 countries throughout Europe, South America, and Asia.

Via Chosun, Ain’t It Cool News

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Thanks for the info, javabeans! I'm a bit obsessed with vampire movies/stories! *lol* Do you by any chance know what other US cities will be getting the film? (New Orleans, I hope!) Can you tell me where I can get more information about the film's release?

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Yes! I really wanted to see this movie, seems like a good one.

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Yay! I really wanted to see this. Thanks for the news....

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This is great! I wanted to see this too, but now I can watch it in the theatres instead of on my computer =P!

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Fantastic! Finally get to see one on the silver screen. :D

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woah! that is really awesome!
I hope I'll be able to see it at a theaters near me ^____^

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pretty cool!

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awesome!! i hope Mother and Blood(??) will follow too!

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Yessss, I'm so glad it's getting a Stateside release. :D I can't wait.

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Wow! So glad to hear that we'll get a chance to see this movie in theaters! Love love LOVE Park Chan-Wook's films!

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asaaaa! san francisco??? i live in the bay area! HOW EXCITING IT MUST BE!!^^

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I am so excited about this! I wanted to see Thirst, but had no idea how long I was going to have to wait for it to come out with English subs. Now I can get the full experience in a theatre. Woot!

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hmm...curious about Song Kang Ho and his 'thing'...even if it's too dark to see it..anyway..this is one awesome movie..MUST WATCH!

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oohh cool....too bad i don't live in a big city though :(

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Any word on it being released in Canada??? More specifically, in Vancouver, perhaps??!

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that's cool... too bad it's not playing in my state. boo

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Wow! I'll be watching out for this. I liked all of his films.

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YES!!!

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Oooooh. I really like this shot--something so sexyeerie about it.

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If its only a limited release Hollywood is PATHETIC small minded twats!

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I already made a date night with my hubby. We are big fans of the director and try to catch everyone of his films in the theater since when do we get to experience korean films in the states in a theater?

I love living in NYC.

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Yes yes yes.

I just watched Twilight with a bunch of my friends. I'm hoping this movie will help me get the bad taste out of my mouth.

Lord! let Thirst prove that vampire tales can indeed be illuminating!

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Yay! I am definitely looking forward to this. =D

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