A troubled tattoo artist has designs on a model.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Halsey
Frederikke Borge ...
Sandra (as Rikke Borge)
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Buddy
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Dubin
Alan Leach ...
Customer
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Cindy
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Cheryl
Anthony Mannino ...
George
Lex Monson ...
Dudley
Patricia Roe ...
Doris
Jane Hoffman ...
Teresa
Robert Burr ...
Ralph
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Hawker
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Storyline

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 <genekim@concentric.net>

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Every great love leaves its mark. See more »

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9 October 1981 (USA)  »

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Intohimon merkki  »

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Final film of producer Joseph E. Levine. See more »

Quotes

Karl Kinsky: Have to understand soemthing, Maddy. I've committed my life to you.
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Referenced in Saturday Night Live: Bruce Dern/Leon Redbone (1983) See more »

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Unpleasant, with a good Bruce Dern performance.
20 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

As a psychopathic tattoo artist, Bruce Dern has to work extra hard here, because the script is very sketchy as far as his motivations and background are concerned, but he is up to the task - he has some very creepy moments (like his first outburst at a dinner table). As his "object of desire", however, Maud Adams is fatally miscast: the way she plays the model in the first half of the movie, you just can't understand why anyone would become infatuated with her. This strange film might be worth a look if you can find it, but don't expect too much. (**)


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