Deception drives this contemporary look at voyeurism. Karl is a "developing" photographer who becomes intrigued with a mysterious woman and just can't resist developing his eye for art through his camera lens. This leads to moral discussions about privacy 'and his digital and traditional stills collection taken through her window. Virginia is a great catalyst and hopefully we'll see more of Lottie Amor in future suspense/mystery projects. The opening is deceptively slow on purpose to set up the mindset of the film. Soon the question is who is using whom?
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