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[A] twisty, compelling psychological study in thriller guise ...
Led by a compelling and powerful performance from Fuller, Fashionista is an enthralling and oddly sensual thriller.
[Simon] Rumley is a talented, distinctive voice, and I can't wait to see what he does next, but Fashionista feels less like haute couture and more like prêt-à-porter (okay, I couldn't resist).
.. a flawless dive into the subjectivity of loss, trauma and physical sensation.
If a director knows how to push all the right buttons in a way that makes their stories resonate with my own sensibilities, then I'm all for movies that challenge and provoke a response, even if things get a little uncomfortable along the way.
As much about a split as a break-up, this is a demanding yet rewarding work that will leave the viewer wondering how many bodies are buried beneath its protagonist's elaborate masque.
Fashionista demands a lot of the viewer but has a lot to offer in return.
Bringing back Fuller from Red White & Blue, Rumley builds a whole film around her and she's a remarkable presence, running the gamut from vulnerable to terrifying but never losing audience sympathy.
a disorienting and disturbing exploration of jealousy, obsession, body dysmorphia and 'the other woman'.
It is repetitious sometimes and feels a bit lost after a while without knowing exactly where to go (and its unnecessarily fragmented structure is more distracting than anything else), but still this is an interesting film about jealousy and has good performances.
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