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Sculpture (2009/E1 DVD)


Picture: C-     Sound: C     Extras: B     Feature: C+



A young artist, Ashley Steele is left emotionally scared by her abusive body builder father, but 15 years later, she returns home to attend her father's funeral, afterward decides to stay and make an art gallery of 'The Perfect Man' in Sculpture.  She recruits various body-builders from her brother's gym to model for her.  However, her fragile mind can not resist nor repress sexual advances by her models and memories, a darkness within her awaken...
This is a tale of art, sex and girls gone wrong.  A young girl is raped and abuse by her body builder father.  Years later she suffers from any men that remind her of her father.  As she collects from her various musclemen models pieces (literally) to make her 'Perfect Man', she takes pleasure in torturing them and killing them for her artwork.  As she completes her masterpiece she gets flashbacks from the incidents that made her this way... sex, men, blood and guts... what more can an abused girl ask for?
If you are into psychological horror with a dark twist, this film would fit the description.  You would think a girl's fantasy would be to be surrounded by gorgeous men with muscles, but in this case it is definitely not what you think.  There is a dark sense of poetic justice with main character's bloody macabre, to make men suffer to think they can get whatever they want from a woman.  This film is not for the faint of heart.  Extras include behind the scenes, cast interviews, deleted and extended scenes and trailers, even if it does not look or sound great, these are the highlights of the release.


-   Ricky Chiang


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