The film switches pretty capably between Frank's point of view and that of his victims, and it's a nice way to manage building empathy for the lead character without dismissing the pain, fear, and suffering of his victims.
After Frank meets the photographer played by Munro the film takes rather deep dive.
The film has a gritty, grimy, uncomfortable feel to it, and the soundtrack by Jay Chattaway is great!
by Sexy Celebrity
Besides the murder scenes with women, there's a little plot involving Frank dating a photographer (Caroline Munro), whose passion for photographing women attracts Frank, since he's passionate about...