The Obsession (2006)

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A ballet teacher's obsession with a young student leads him to date the girl's unaware mother in order to get closer to the object of his twisted affection.


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Director:

David Winkler

Writer:

Christopher Morro

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18 July 2006 | Daleylife
3
| Yikes.
This film had promise with its story. I sadly have to agree with the other comments. The result of the film was terrible. The main reason being the acting of the actress who played Erika. She forced every line and was very poor. I too was wondering why she got the role.The other problem would have to be the MANY montages we have of Erika dancing. Half the film is Reed thinking of her dance and it gets boring (Although, a creep like Reed may ALWAYS think of the obsession.)The positive thing would be the actress who played the mother as well as the actor who played Reed were good. But overall, the films two problems out shined the positive.

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Release Date:

17 July 2006

Language

English


Country of Origin

Canada, USA

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Budget:

$1,800,000 (estimated)

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