ROMANCE? : Kaarin Fairfax and John Jarrat in a scene of StalkHer.
ROMANCE? : Kaarin Fairfax and John Jarrat in a scene of StalkHer. Contributed

PREVIEW: StalkHer, not your regular romantic film

ACCORDING to StalkHer's director and leading man John Jarrat, StalkHer "is Misery meets Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"

Half thriller, half love story, this is not a regular, straight-laced film.

Jack (Jarrat) is pushed past the brink of his stalking obsession when he decides to break into Emily's home to take what he wants by force.

However, his plans for her pain and his pleasure come unhinged when he wakes up to find himself bound to a chair in her kitchen.

For one night, Jack and Emily engage in a twisted and thrilling courtship that leads one to wonder which one will survive the night.

It's a dark thriller that keeps you hooked: The tale of two people destined for each other yet destined to cause each other's demise. The raw dialogue and characters will make you laugh at all the wrong things.

Fans of Wolf Creek 1 and 2 will enjoy seeing Jarrat getting his comeuppance: The hunter becoming the hunted.

StalkHer

Director: John Jarrat

Stars: John Jarrat, Kaarin Fairfax

Rating: MA15+

Out in cinemas now


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