Want some cool free stuff? Focus Features has provided Film School Rejects with an awesome assortment of prizes related to their current release, the vampire film Thirst from director Park Chan-wook. And in order to get in on this sweet sweetness, all we need from you is a little creativity. But first, the prizing:

One (1) Grand Prize Winner will receive:

  • Autographed Poster (by famed director Park Chan-wook)
  • Official Movie Soundtrack [CD Import]

Three (3) additional winners will receive:

  • Official Movie Soundtrack [CD Import]

Your entry will be complete when you head down to the comment section below and give us a caption for the following image from the film.


Winners will be chosen on Saturday, August 22nd. Thirst is in limited release now.

About the Film:
Acclaimed director Park Chan-wook (Oldboy; I’m a Cyborg, But That’s OK) returns with his highly anticipated vampire film Thirst, an official selection at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival. Everyone’s favorite actor Song Kang Ho plays a respected priest who turns into a vampire after a medical experiment gone wrong. His newfound thirst for blood and deadly attraction for his best friend’s wife, played by Kim Ok-bin (Dasepo Naughty Girls), drives him down a road of lust and depravity.

For the Thirst soundtrack, Park Chan Wook teams up again with music director Jo Young-wook, who also provided the music for I’m a Cyborg, But That’s OK, Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, Old Boy, and JSA. The film’s score draws from Bach’s Cantata BWV 82a Ich Habe Genug and Jo Young Wook’s original compositions, with an emphasis strings and woodwinds. Songs by 1930s and 40s trot legends Nam In Soo and Lee Nan Young are included on the soundtrack.

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