One Hour Photo (Blu-Ray)

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Viewed through family photographs, it would seem most people live joyous, leisurely lives. Sy Parrish (Robin Williams), who makes this observation, adversely leads a lonely existence, operating a photo lab in a SavMart department store. To escape his dreary reality, he fixates on the photos of Nancy Yorkin (Connie Nielsen) and her family. But Sy's admiration of the Yorkins soon becomes an unhealthy obsession, impairing his judgment and causing him to lose his job of 11 years. As his final day approaches, Sy discovers photographs revealing an indiscretion on the part of Mr. Yorkin (Michael Vartan), and the now unstable technician develops a disturbing, calculated plan to instill his own idea of family values to the Yorkin clan.
Much of ONE HOUR PHOTO takes place inside a Walmart-like department store bordered in an icy blue. This cold atmosphere creates a solitary framework for the disturbed photo developer Sy Parrish, played with a melancholic detachment by Williams, working here against type. Director Mark Romanek (STATIC) has created a thriller with little violence, instead focusing on the uncomfortable fear emanating from its damaged protagonist.

Seymour Parrish works in the photo-processing booth at a large department store and is meticulous about his work, taking great care with all the photographs that he develops. Will and Nina Yorkin are Seymour's favourite customers and they along with their son Jake, regard Seymour as a friendly, harmless eccentric man. Little do they know that Seymour has been making copies of all their photographs and regards himself as part of their family - 'Uncle Sy'...

Categories
ThrillerMovies
Rating
15
Number of Discs
1
Title
One Hour Photo
Country
UK
Barcode
5039036071260
Studio
20th Century Fox Home Ent.
Year
0
Running Time
91

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