I'm Watching You Trailer

I'm Watching You Trailer (1997)

"You think you're alone... You're not." 01 August 1997 92 mins

LoriDawn plays a naive, hometown girl who comes to apartment-sit in an artist's loft for a friend and fellow artist. Enter friendly neighbor Lovell, a carefree art model who shows her new acquaintance the ways of exhibitionist freedom and voyeurism.The storyline -- often minimal in such movies -- is a respectable attempt at a "Rear Window" or "Body Double" type plot, as our lovely lead gets more than she bargains for in her newfound voyeuristic tendencies.

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Cast

Nenna Quiroz

as Nude Model

International Releases Dates

United States 01 August 1997

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