The Hunger (1997–2000)
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A photographer is delighted when his former lover and model returns. She warns him, however, not to take her picture since she's terrified that it's causing her to slowly lose her soul.


Christian Duguay


Jeff Fazio (created by), Gerald Wexler (story editor) | 1 more credit »


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Episode cast overview:
Terence Stamp ... The Host
Tomas Arana ... Rick McCabe
Liliana Komorowska ... Natasha
Vlasta Vrana ... Rhys
Benoît Brière ... Fashon Designer
Jacklin Webb Jacklin Webb ... Grace
Don Jordan ... Reporter
Leni Parker ... Reporter


Rick McCabe is a New York photographer who became disillusioned when his top model and the love of his life Natasha decided to ditch him for the glamorous world of high fashion. Recently, however, she's become obsessed with the idea that if she doesn't quit the modeling business immediately, the constant photo sessions and paparazzi intrusions will eventually steal her soul away and she'll cease to exist. One night she appears out of nowhere at Rick's elevator and in the heat of reignited passion they have wild rough sex right there and then. Later, she explains to him that she needs to hide from the public at his place and that she'd like them to be together again. Rick gleefully agrees - only to start taking pictures of her himself.

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Quite possibly the worst of the whole series
14 March 2010 | by movieman_kevSee all my reviews

Amateur photographer/artist, Rick (Tomas Arana) is delighted when his ex-girlfriend, renowned fashion model, Natasha (Liliana Komorowska). He sees it as his muse coming back, as he was in a slump while she was gone. However Natasha now believes that the camera can take pieces of your soul.

Wow, this episode was all kinds of boring. The overall plot was drab & lifeless. The actors seemed to be merely content to 'phone it in'. And it never truly got my attention as I glanced numerous times at my watch waiting it to be over.

My Grade: D-

Eye Candy: Liliana Komorowska shows some T&A

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21 September 1997 (USA) See more »

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