A twisted new romantic film about body dysmorphia looks cruelly unique


Nothing is scarier than relationships.

Some movie trailers do their best to provide all the information you may need before the premiere so you can properly gauge your interest. Other trailers don’t care about any of that, and just want to show you a bunch of weird sequences that you can’t piece together but know you’ll watch just to find out exactly what the movie is about. In case you didn’t know, Woman of the Photographs is all about the latter.

According to the trailer description, the film revolves around Kai, a photographer who is afraid of women. A chance meeting with Kyoko, a model suffering from body dysmorphia, draws him into a “twisted romance.” Kai focuses on rescuing Kyoko, even at his own expense.

Based on the trailer, Kyoko appears to have a certain fixation on Photoshop, as the program makes multiple appearances throughout the trailer. Anything could happen in the film featured in this trailer, even cannibalism, based on the disturbing focus on a praying mantis and the fact that the female eats the male after mating.

Those familiar with Takashi Miike’s 1999 film Audition may notice the inspiration it evidently serves, as this film also involved a mysterious and dangerous woman who suddenly enters the life of a lonely man.

Woman of the Photographs will get a small theatrical release on February 3rd, followed by a release on VOD platforms like Amazon Prime and VUDU on February 7th (also distributed the Terrifier films), Woman of the Photographs will also include an English dubbing . On the same website you can pre-order a physical copy of Woman of the Photographs for a later release on March 14th.

https://twinfinite.net/2023/01/twisted-new-body-dysmorphia-romantic-film-looks-gruesomely-unique/ A twisted new romantic film about body dysmorphia looks cruelly unique

Isaiah Colbert

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