Release Date: December 5, 2019
Run Time: 1 hour & 30 minutes
Reviewed By: Adam
“Eugene (Peter Flaherty), a lonely photographer, becomes fixated on a young street prostitute, Josephine (Sarah Timm), in his rundown neighborhood. She becomes his muse and his photographs could be a way out for both of them – yet is Eugene saving Josephine or is he using her?“
I’m not sure I fully understand why this one is called Choir Girl… I’m thinking I missed something.
Anyway, I really like the way Choir Girl was filmed in black and white. I’ve been on a black and white kick lately so this was great. The black and white aspect definitely molds well with the story too.
The plot was interesting. I felt myself getting caught up in it at times, but I didn’t have any connection with the characters which took away from the entirety of the film. I think with some better/more like-able characters Choir Girl could’ve been way better.
So unfortunately this is going to be a one a done watch for me…
I will say, it’s possible it’s just me that didn’t connect with the characters, so if you’re looking for something original and off the beaten path to watch, give Choir Girl a try.
Choir Girl is currently available on iTunes.