In Daniel Goldhaber and Isa Mazzei's paranoid horror thriller "Cam," an erotic webcam performer finds her followers stolen by a doppelganger who hijacks her channel, pushes the sexual envelope further, and otherwise seems determined to destroy her life. Call it identity theft of a possibly supernatural kind.
Hugo Van Herpe
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Writer Isa Mazzei drew on her time as a webcam model when writing the screenplay. She said in an interview the goal she started with was to create a film where an audience would empathize with a sex worker. The two films she looked at most when conceptualizing what she wanted were Whiplash (2014) and Black Swan (2010). Both of those movies have protagonists who are obsessive and ambitious about what they're doing; who throw themselves into self-sacrifice for their art. She was also inspired by David Cronenberg's Videodrome (1983) because he never uses body horror gratuitously. It's always connected to a theme or character. See more
[All goofs for this title are spoilers.
You stole my face and now I'm going to get it back!
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