The Hunger 1983

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  2. KountrySis

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    What a treat coming across this one! Thanks so much!
  3. rstockers

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    This horror film is based on the 1981 novel The Hunger by Whitley Strieber, with a screenplay by Ivan Davis and Michael Thomas. The Hunger was director Tony Scott's first feature film. The cinematography was by Stephen Goldblatt.
    The Hunger is a 1983 horror film. It is the story of a bizarre love triangle between a doctor (Susan Sarandon) who specializes in sleep and aging research, and a stylish vampire couple (Catherine Deneuve and David Bowie).
    Definitely not one of your run of the mill fang toothed vampires.
    Miriam, a centuries-old vampire, preys on urban club goers with her vampire lover John. When John suddenly ages and wastes away, Miriam casts her spell upon Sarah, a doctor who researches in premature aging. This neo-Gothic exercise in style and atmosphere is perhaps most widely known for a lesbian sex scene involving Miriam and Sarah, played by Catherine Deneuve and Susan Sarandon.
    Director: Tony Scott (his first feature film)
    Catherine Deneuve : Miriam Blaylock
    David Bowie : John
    Susan Sarandon : Dr. Sarah Roberts
    Cliff De Young : Tom Haver
    Beth Ehlers : Alice Cavender
    Dan Hedaya : Lieutenant Allegrezza

    Bauhaus : the band in the club (song Bela Lugosi's Dead)

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