Chanel Iman Is Femme Fatale In ‘Thirst’ Short Film By Jenna Elizabeth

Published On April 25, 2012 | Celebrities, Fashion, Film News

Chanel Iman is always the image of beauty when she walks the Victoria Secret Runway or flaunts their clothing on the pages of magazines but in her latest venture, she steps out of her comfort zone and explores a role that none would have ever expected.

The supermodel was recruited to star in ‘Thirst,’ a short fashion film by New York director and photographer Jenna Elizabeth and produced by BULLETT Media. In the dark 3 minute and 46 second clip, Iman disregards her innocence when she discovers that her boyfriend (Played by Malcolm Jackson) is cheating on her with another woman.

Rather than bursting out into a fit of rage and anger, she approaches the situation in a unique way as she pours poison from a vial into his drink, rendering him unconscious. She duct tapes his mouth and ties him to the bed and the sexual torture begins as she teases him with her heel and surgical instruments. As the eerie and dark music continues, she lights a cigarette and makes her way across every inch of her unfaithful lover’s body as it slowly burns away.

Ladies and Gentlemen, we introduce you to Chanel Iman’s dark side in ‘Thirst,’ a short fashion film that tells a “story of seduction, betrayal, and revenge.”

Watch Chanel Iman In ‘Thirst’ By Jenna Elizabeth Below:

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