Karl Kinsky, an unbalanced tattoo artist, becomes dangerously obsessed with Maddy, a model he meets when he's hired to paint temporary tattoos on a group of women for a photo shoot. As his obsession grows, Kinsky becomes increasingly determined that Maddy should bear his "mark" ... forever. Written by
Eugene Kim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Every great love leaves its mark.
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Did You Know?
Writer-producer Bob Brooks
once said of this film: "We created 'Tattoo' as a drama of what one human being can do to another, love, possession, vengeance. We lay tattoos on each other in any kind of a relationship. Call it a mark, call it a scar, the effects are permanent". Similary, actress Maud Adams
once said that the film was a "story about the psychological marks people put on one another in the name of love". See more
But then you mustn't hurt me. Because if I hurt my skin, then you hurt the mark and you don't want to do that.