Thirst Street

Synopsis: Gina, an American flight attendant, falls in with a Parisian bartender on a layover only to find herself tangled in a web of deception, delusion and unrequited amour fou.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director(s): Nathan Silver
Production: Samuel Goldwyn Films
  2 wins & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
83 min

-[Faye] Pretty much.

- And the moon, too?

-[Faye] Uh, not yet.

-[Lorraine] Someday.

- Yeah.

[dreamy music]

I like uniform of

flight attendant,

because it's very sexy.


No, I am serious, huh?

Give me your hand.

This one, yeah.

I can see...


We can take a taxi together

and go to my place,

most beautiful place in Paris,

and this is my place, is here.

- This is your place?

- Yeah, it's my place.

I have fresh

champagne in my place,

and we, I can...


We can, you know,

you and me, and you?

And we can, you know?

- Oui.

- We can have a good night,

a very good night together.


And you can't go to my place,

because you, where you live?

- A hotel.


-[Narrator] Maybe

it was the reading,

maybe it was the alcohol,

maybe it was Paris,

but when she saw Jerome,

for the first time

since Paul's suicide,

Gina felt something.

- Ah, Jerome, a condom?

- What?

- Do you have a condom?

- I prefer natural.



- Did I wake you?

- Huh?

Who are you?

I'm kidding.

It's a joke.


- Are you hungry?

I got you breakfast.

- Yes.




Breakfast for you?

- Oh, I will eat at the airport.

- Perfect.


- Your eye.

It looks really terrible.

- My eye?

You need go now for a walk?

- Uh, yeah, I do

have to go soon,

but I think you can

stay here until eleven.

- No, no, no, I am okay.

I need a walk, too.

I go, you know.

-[Gina] I'm flying

Paris this whole month.

- Really?

-[Gina] Yeah, all month.

- Cool.

I give you my number.

You have a pen?

'Cause I don't have.

Don't lose it, huh?

- I won't lose it.

-[Jerome] Okay!

[whimsical music]

- Wish I was still there.

[text chimes]

[shop bell dings]


- Hi, how may I help you?

- May I please have Plan B?

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