Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Photographer Robert Patrick skyrockets to fame with his bizarre layouts, depicting faked scenes of death and sexual violation. One of Patrick's clients is Michelle Johnson, the look-alike of a famous rock star. Developing an obsession with Johnson, Patrick is the prime suspect when she's murdered. From here on in, we're in Vertigo country, with a little Blow-Up thrown in for good measure. While the mystery is easily solvable, the tension level in the film's final scenes is enough to compensate for its "borrowings" from earlier films.
death, false-accusation, fame, investigation, killing, murder, obsession, photography, rock-star, sex