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Directed by Norbert Keil

Afflicted with a dermatological disease, young and beautiful Kira discovers that she can replace her skin with that of other girls. Helped by her lover, she plots a murder – but when the disease returns, she is forced to find more victims.

Afflicted with a dermatological disease, young and beautiful Kira discovers that she can replace her skin with that of other girls.

Cast: Rebecca Forsythe, Lucie Aron, Barbara Crampton, Sean Knopp, Adnan Maral

Member Reviews

Eyes without a face did it better

katscool21
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7 days ago

i liked the concept, the characters were alright, liked the gore, but was let down by the ending it didn't feel complete to me. And i didn't care for the romance part. But still a descent hirror film.

TrickorTreat
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9 days ago

was like a drama

aMy
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11 days ago

awful. no plot, bad writing.

harmonyww18
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14 days ago

Visually interesting, but the plot didn’t do it for me. I tend to enjoy art house horror, but this movie triggered one of my biggest pet peeves for any story in any genre. If there’s a plot twist or a revelation halfway through, and after it’s over, I feel like I’m watching a completely different movie or reading a completely different book, you’ve failed. A plot twist is meant to throw the audience off balance and reveal something new about the story you’re being told, not take you out of the original story and make you feel like you’ve been dropped into a different one.

Katiebird
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a month ago