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The Hunger is a 1983 movie with a runtime of 97
Director Tony Scott,
Cast Catherine Deneuve,
Miriam promises her lovers the gift of eternal life, but John, her companion for centuries, suddenly discovers that he is getting old minute by minute, so he looks for Dr. Sarah Roberts, a researcher on the mechanisms of aging, and asks her for help. Currently you are able to watch "The Hunger
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new york city,
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- THE HUNGER is an erotic horror film about a scientist who encounters a seductive female vampire.
Occasional scenes of strong sex occur, including breast and buttock nudity.
There are occasional moments of strong violence, including stabbings and a sequence in which a monkey is attacked and killed in a cage, both containing some sight of blood. In one sequence, a character is attacked by reanimated corpses, and in another a young girl is suffocated.
There is infrequent use of strong language ('f**k').
- Sex & Nudity
- Sex & Nudity Reason
- In the opening sequence, a man exposes a woman's breasts and kisses them.
A man and a woman kiss in the shower. The woman's breasts and the man's buttocks are seen.
There is a substantial lesbian sex scene involving the two leading actresses, including bare breasts on both of their parts....
Nude women are seen swimming in a pool.
- Violence & Gore
- Violence & Gore Reason
- A man steps onto a hedgehog, picks it up and throws it outside.
There are scenes of people being attacked and bleeding although most of the time it is not in full camera view.
- Profanity Reason
- 1 use of sob, 2 religious exclamations (jc), 4 uses of f***, 2 uses of s***
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
- Characters drink alcohol and smoke cigarettes often.
- Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
- There's a scene where a laboratory monkey rapidly ages and is seen physically suffering, then expires. The camera is close to the animal. Then, while still fairly close up, the creature's remains rapidly decay until the skeleton is exposed. While not fully graphic, it's realistic and gruesome enough to be unsettling, especially to those upset by depictions of animal death.
Late in the film a woman is attacked by animated corpses. There are close ups of their faces which can be quite intense.
The Richard Shepherd Company,