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Tina Tremaine works for a banking investment company and runs a fantasy website featuring herself. As her modeling career is about to take off, she's kidnapped by one of her Web subscribers. He locks her away in his house in a windowless room wired with sound and video. While her friends and the police start a search, he visits his psychotherapist. Is there any way she can aid in her own escape or will she have to depend on others? Written by
LOOK @ ME is a terrible little independent exploitation/thriller quickie that I'm surprised was picked up and got a showing on a Freeview movie channel here in the UK. It's bargain basement stuff throughout, a somewhat sleazy outing about a web starlet and her obsessed stalker.
The film has been designed to show off as much flesh as possible, although with the choice of lead actress that's not necessarily a good thing. Elina Madison works hard in the part, but she doesn't really cut it all that well, and as the villain Jeff Doba is just goofy. While I commend LOOK @ ME for avoiding the usual violence-against-women prevalent in this particular genre of movie, at times it comes across as a cheesy slapstick with over the top violence and ridiculous plotting.
The female character has repeated opportunities to do something about the situation in which she finds herself, but she refuses to take them in order to drag the storyline out a bit further. It all gets very boring very quickly, and the production values are among the worst I've seen.
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