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The Stylist

USA 2020
produced by
Jill Gevargizian, John Pata, Sarah Sharp, Robert Patrick Stern, Najarra Townsend, Jason Bunn (executive), Kyle Clark (executive), Maisy Kay (executive), Paul Pawlowski (executive) for Claw Productions, Method Media, Sixx Tape Productions, The Line Film Company
directed by Jill Gevargizian
starring Najarra Townsend, Brea Grant, Davis DeRock, Sarah McGuire, Jennifer Seward, Millie Milan, Kimberly Igla, Laura Kirk, Chelsea Brown, Bety Le, Kelsey Nicholes, Lindsay Solomon, Ashley Kukay, Angela Dupuie, Pepper, Timothy English, Jimmy Darrah, Edward Patterson, Steven Hugh Nelson, Gary Cooper (II), Jennifer Plas, Jill Gevargizian, Eric Havens, Dorinda Townsend (photograph), Halley Sharp, Vienna Maas, Jack Schlotfeld, Kyle Ament, Eliseo Arreola, Nate Milford, James Colin Leach
story by Jill Gevargizian, screenplay by Jill Gevargizian, Eric Havens, Eric Stolze, music by Nicholas Elert

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Claire (Najarra Townsend) is a very gifted hair stylist - who feels terribly lonely though, and that's probably due to her never having had a family, and her lack of skills when it comes to making friends. To compensatefor all of this, she has developed the habit of killing after hours, out-of-town customers, scalping them and collecting their scalps in a special room in her basement where she wears them from time to time, just to feel their owners' company. Then she's called by Olivia (Brea Grant) to do her hair for her wedding to Charlie (Davis DeRock), and even though Claire normally doesn't do wedding hair, she agrees to it because Olivia's a regular. And Olivia proves to be very grateful, too, as she invites Claire over for girls night, even invites her to her bachelorette party - and Claire, for the first time in her life maybe, feels loved. so much so really that she bars up her basement with her scalp collection. But as Olivia's wedding comes nearer and nearer, she pretty much ceases to call Olivia, turns down her offer for more help with the wedding, ultimately ceases to answer her texts, and when Claire confronts her face-to-face, Olivia just gives her a generic excuse about needing her space. So Claire falls back into her old habit of killing people for their scalps. And then Olivia's big day arrives, and of course Claire shows up to do her hair ...


More a dark character study than straight horror, this is a film that certainly packs a punch as despite its deliberately slow pace, it's disturbing as heck, thanks to a subtle yet atmospheric directorial effort, but also to Najarra Townsend's strong central performance, which really makes one feel for the character despite all her despicable actions. And quite apart from all that, the film's finale alone is effective as heck, providing the whole thing with a wonderfully macabre punchline, and is not to be missed.


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