Eniko Mihalik stars in the ‘Psycho’-inspired ‘K Woman’ by Hunter & Gatti

Posted in Short Films, Style
By Sam Bathe on 20 Jan 2014

Blending Kavinsky neon and the eerie motel vibe of Hitchcock’s classic, Psycho, Hunter & Gatti have directed a magnificent fashion film for Kocca‘s Spring/Summer 2014 collection. Eniko Mihalik’s character arrives at a motel in the pouring rain after a room for the night, but when a thunderstorm knocks a painting off the wall revealing a peep hole into the adjacent room, she can’t help but take a peek through as the night takes an unexpected turn. So fantastically shot, the tense and absorbing K Woman is much more than just fashion film and show Hunter & Gatti have the chops for storytelling on a bigger scale. Hopefully they’ve got the appetite for it because the talent is obviously there, and you know with those two the visuals will always look $1m too.

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