Karl Kinsky, an unbalanced tattoo artist, becomes dangerously obsessed with Maddy, a model he meets when he's hired to paint temporary tattoos on a group of women for a photo shoot. As his obsession grows, Kinsky becomes increasingly determined that Maddy should bear his "mark" ... forever.
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His twisted passion for her and her desire to escape, mark their lives forever.
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Did You Know?
Writer-producer Bob Brooks
once said of this film: "We created 'Tattoo' as a drama of what one human being can do to another, love, possession, vengeance. We lay tattoos on each other in any kind of a relationship. Call it a mark, call it a scar, the effects are permanent". Similary, actress Maud Adams
once said that the film was a "story about the psychological marks people put on one another in the name of love". See more
Usually they're women that are ready to identified, ready to belong. Women that need the mark in order to exist. It's nothing new. It's actually been going on for centuries.
Referenced in At the Movies: James Bond