Doll Distorted, A. Intense Perception on Solitude and Deprevation
Doll Distorted, A. film details
• Release Date: March 23, 2018
• Release Format: Film Festivals
• MPAA Rating: N/A
A Doll Distorted has been selected for over 30 film festivals, including SITGES film festival, Rhode Island International Film Festival, BAFTA accredited Aesthetica Short Film Festival and London Short Film Festival. It has also won many awards. The short film follows Jane, who suffers from haphephobia. After purchasing a synthetic doll online who resembles a deceased man, she is thrust into a nightmare.
A Doll Distorted bets the thought; be careful what you wish for. Jane suffers from loneliness and isolation, and she wishes to have the touch of Michael, a deceased man from a picture on her nightstand. She orders a doll who resembles him. He comes to life; not to honor Jane’s wish, but the opposite takes effect, and Jane suffers for her wish. This film also probes the idea; some things are better left dead.
Originality is one department the Horror genre lacks. Independent filmmakers don’t cease to amaze Indie Horror followers with their utmost attention to the imagination, creativity, and innovation. Such as Niall Shukla displays in A Doll Distorted. The concept of phobias is a central target for filmmakers, yet, Niall Shukla makes this production stand fiercely with the competition.
It competes not only with originality but also cinematography and special effects. These are key ingredients in film production that strikes gold when all are in sync. There have been productions that may get one or two areas right, but to get them all parallel is an art within itself. To bring this production to a full circle, the cast performances are amazing.
A Doll Distorted is a solid production that comes to a full circle in the key ingredients in film production. Innovative concept, great story, cinematography, special effects, and cast performances make this film soar to great heights.