The Hunger (1983)
Miriam, a beautiful vampire, preys on NYC clubgoers with her vampire lover John. When John suddenly begins to age rapidly, he seeks out the help of Sarah, an expert on premature aging. However, the insatiable Miriam wants Sarah for herself and seduces her, leaving Sarah with an increasing thirst for blood.
Genre: Fantasy,Horror,Romance,Science Fiction
Director: Tony Scott
Release Date: April 29, 1983
Producers: Richard Shepherd
Actors: Catherine Deneuve,David Bowie,Susan Sarandon,Cliff De Young,Beth Ehlers,Dan Hedaya,Rufus Collins,Suzanne Bertish,James Aubrey,Ann Magnuson,John Stephen Hill,Shane Rimmer,Bauhaus,Douglas Lambert,Bessie Love,John Pankow,Willem Dafoe,Sophie Ward
             
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