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A bold, twisted take on bloody Sundays

In ‘Thirst,’ director adds to his movies’ lurid characters

By Tom Russo
Globe Correspondent / August 16, 2009

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is full of memorably gonzo, operatic depravity, but also of visual poetry and mournful ruminations on the destructiveness of obsession. In short, there’s a fair amount of substance behind the flashy twists and jolts of the thematically linked films. (Full article: 859 words)

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