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Boudoir (2014)

| Short, Horror, Mystery
When a mysterious client begins posing for an agoraphobic photographer during a routine boudoir photo shoot, the session quickly takes a bizarre downward journey into the psychological depths of hell, escalating into a bloody battle to stay alive.

Director:

Gina Ronhovde
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4 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Dominique Swain ... Colette
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Deneen Melody ... Rachel
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When a mysterious client begins posing for an agoraphobic photographer during a routine boudoir photo shoot, the session quickly takes a bizarre downward journey into the psychological depths of hell, escalating into a bloody battle to stay alive.

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Two Minds. One Battle to Stay Alive.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Without Chemicals See more »
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Color
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WINNER: Best Dramatic Short - 2015 Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival. WINNER: Best Cinematography - 2015 Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival. WINNER: HRIFF Peoples Choice Award: Best Short Film - 2015 Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival. See more »

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This is a brilliant short film
25 May 2015 | by kf1966See all my reviews

This is a brilliant short film. In the short running time there is a lot of implied back story. It reminded Me in certain shots of the Italian Giallo films of the 1970s. The use of red definitely brought to mind Argento. It also has elements of Michael Powell's classic Peeping Tom. Watching it a second time I appreciated everything about the film more, especially Dominique Swain's performance. The cinematography was superb. Writing was excellent. The direction was brilliant. It stands up to comparison with a lot of bigger budget films, such as American Mary (which is one of My favourite films). It is a brilliant example of how to get the most from the short film format. Gina Lee Ronhovde is certainly one to watch and I hope She has every success in the future. Which on this showing she deserves. Well done to everyone involved


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