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I, Portrait

Australia 2019
produced by
Nathan Hill, Sinaporn Sripatoomvaraporn (associate) for NHProductions
directed by Nathan Hill
starring Natalie Heslop, Sienna Stass, Nathan Hill, Damon Hunter, Ellen Grimshaw, Leslie Lawrence, Kalia Best, Gizelle Basiri, Loraine Fabb, Simay Argento, Ragielyn Cadan (as Ragielyn Dumandan), Grace Chim, Vanessa Gustilo, Ginny Kowalczyk, Jacqueline Flood, Soubara Zoory
written by Nathan Hill, music by Jamie Murgatroyd

review by
Mike Haberfelner

The relationship of Camen (Natalie Heslop) and Julian (Nathan Hill) couldn't be better, really, both are successes in their respective jobs - she's a painter, he's a casting director -, they have a nice home with pool, and they're very much in love with each other. Enter Carmen's best friend Stephanie (Sienna Stass), an ex model with the looks to prove it, who needs a place to stay for a few days - which Carmen is happy to offer, and Julian doesn't complain either. But Carmen and Julian soon have to realise that Stephanie's a bit weird, she's possessive of Carmen, and she starts flirting with Julian. It's harmless at first, but when she gives him a blowjob giving him the impression she's Carmen (until after the act), it kind of gets weird. So eventually Carmen asks Stephanie to leave - but that sets disaster into motion, as Stephane means to claim Julian for herself based on a picture Carmen has drawn for her ages ago that just happens to resemble Julian - and since Carmen isn't willing to give him up voluntarily, Stephanie has no problems resorting to brute force ...


A pretty chilly little thriller that uses its slowburn approach to its advantage, keeping the audience guessing for most of its running time, revealing the facts only by the by and only gradually revealing its full potential, which leads to a really hair-raising finale. Basically, it's a film that only slowly moves you to the edge of your seat - but at the end you're really in danger of falling off ...

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