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  The Stylist [read more]
  Mad as a March hair
  ARROW is proud to premiere writer/director Jill Gevargizian assured debut feature The Stylist, a sleek and inventive psychological thriller starring the fabulous Najarra Townsend (Contracted) as a brilliant but shy hairdresser with an extremely dark secret.

You can see it first on ARROW from March 1st 2021.

Featuring a truly memorable and unexpectedly moving central performance from Townsend (who won the 'Best Actress' award from Total Film magazine at the 2020 Arrow Video FrightFest), with support from the excellent Brea Grant (After Midnight) The Stylist is sharply observed and erm, stylishly made. An astute study of loneliness and obsession, Gevargizian takes everyday situations - grabbing a coffee, sending a text, having a haircut, and a girls night out - and imbues them with a deliciously macabre flavour. Be warned though - there's quite a lot of red stuff flying around and it's not hair dye!

The stunning new official artwork was created by Sara Deck who said the following "The Stylist offers up a banquet of decadent horror visuals, and so I had no shortage of options to pull from. Ultimately I wanted to focus on Claire's fluid identity within the context of her trophy collection. Her fixation with occupying another persona by keeping their hair as a souvenir is frightening, and yet somehow you feel empathy for her struggle. In the end, by denying her sense of self in favour of her victims' identities she becomes her own killer."

Director Jill Gervargizian also said "I was attracted to Deck's work because, number one, it's gorgeous. And I felt like there were a lot of similarities between her work and how we made film. Lots of attention to detail... realism mixed with theatrics... a lot of her work is very gothic. Her idea to have the mannequin head wearing Claire's scalp, instead of Claire wearing another's, was such a powerful layered statement about Claire as a character. I always assumed Claire would be on the art, and she is, just in a way I never imagined! I love it." Try the teaser trailer above.
  Graeme Clark [10 Feb 2021 at 00:25]
     

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