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

- Sure, Plan B.

- Okay, here you are.

And would you like some

ointment for your eye.

- Oh, no, thanks.

- Are you sure?

- Yeah, yeah, it's okay.

Hey, did you get my text?

[text chimes]

[plane engines roar]

-[Narrator] Jerome's

conjunctivitis spread across

Gina's eye, causing it to

redden and swell and ooze.

It became cloudy, and she could

barely see straight anymore.

- Jerome.

- Ah, American girl.


Yeah, I like it.

It's sexy.

Very sexy.

I will take a flight.

But I don't have

my ticket with me.

[glass shatters]

- Oh, I'm sorry.

-[Girl] Yeah, we will take it.

- You want a drink?


No, it's okay.

- Cheers.

- Julie, American girl.



- You want me to do it again?

- Yeah.

[camera clicks]

[camera clicks]

what are you doing?

- Nothing.

- You came to my place.

- Yeah.

Is that okay?

Sorry, I've been

up for a long time.

- Yeah, it's okay, it's okay.

It's okay.

- I have to go to

work pretty soon.

- Oh, yeah?

Maybe you can stay

for a few minutes, no?

- Okay.

Just a few.

- Yeah.

to mention Paul's

death to Jerome.

She could just tell he knew.

He instinctively

understood her pain.

- I like you, too.

I like you.

But long-distance

is very difficult,

and I know that, but because

of my last girlfriend,

she was traveling every time...

- Long-distance is hard.

- Yeah.

- I've been thinking

about moving to Paris.


[upbeat music]

- I'm not from New York.

I'm from the state of New York,

but not the city of New York.

- So you're not from New York.

- Yeah, it's very

depressing where I am.

-[Charlie] So,

you're from New York,

but you're not from New York.

- Correct.

I've been to the

city, and it's cool.

I've been there.

-[Charlie] You've been there?

- But it's not the same thing.

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