Tattoo girls is a memoir of life as it is and of women as they are. A window to the lives of seven women from the same city where nothing is exactly as it seems and reality is often hidden behind illusions.
A drama of two lost and troubled individuals, Janis suffering from depression & Peter a social worker, who are forever entwined after a traumatic event occurs. Exploring paranoia, the effects of guilt, and the power of true redemption.
Plot centers on a pair of college-age students fleeing from an unidentified enemy force. The duo takes refuge in what appears to be an abandoned building, but they quickly discover the building they thought was empty is anything but.
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The film is set in a post-apocalyptic world in which civilisation has crumbled. A massive electromagnetic pulse has killed all children on the planet with the exception of Molly (Billie Rutherford), the daughter of Jake Slater (Jake Ryan).
A dying mother, Sarah, tells her last wish to her eldest son, Drew, that he take his younger brother, Will, to the place they were born. Despite tragic family history, hope gives promise to the future.
Spencer T. Folmar
Tattoo girls is a memoir of life as it is and of women as they are. A window to the lives of seven women from the same city where nothing is exactly as it seems and reality is often hidden behind illusions. It's a female centric-film showcasing about a group of ordinary women (within a range of ages), and their different styles of daily life, showcasing their stories and the impact they have on society as real, everyday women. We are living in a era of the importance and empowerment of women throughout the world, and this documentary aims to convey ideas and topics to be felt, absorbed and discussed.Written by
Angelique B. Grimm
It's not your typical documentary of trying to get to the bottom of things or uncovering something.
The overall structure is a bit off putting and I get if some people won't be interested as there's really no central conflict that's being worked towards to be resolved like other documentaries. It's more of a social experiment that is documenting these women without having to interfere on their lives. That alone is why I really enjoyed the film. It's interesting. It's a different approach. It's not your typical documentary of trying to get to the bottom of things or uncovering something.
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