Synopsis by Mark Deming
Voyeurism and exhibitionism go helpfully hand in hand in this adult-oriented drama. Paul (Robert Medford) is a photographer with a lot on his mind; his first one-man show is about to open at a local gallery, and his marriage to Samantha (Jennifer Burton) is hitting the skids. However, Paul does notice that a beautiful woman named Elise (Kehli O'Byrne) has moved into the building across the street. Paul enjoys watching Elise through his telescope (her habit of spending most of her time in her lingerie hardly hurts matters), but before long, he discovers that Elise is watching him as well through a viewing device of her own. Paul is not aware that the big attraction at his apartment is Samantha's ongoing affair with his good friend Alex (Steve Sherwin), but Paul discovers that he enjoys watching Elise watch him, and vice versa, leading to a variety of complicated sexual scenarios. Watch Me was the debut feature from writer and director Lipo Ching.
friendship, girlfriend, inspiration, peeping-tom, photography, sex