Under the Skin
Directed by Jonathan Glazer, Under the Skin (2013) is a science-fiction movie about the journey of a seductive, female alien to Planet Earth: after adopting the mask of a beautiful woman, this space femme fatale starts driving around Scotland in a van, picking up random men just in order to kill them, until she ends up feeling empathy for her victims. Based on the novel by Michel Faber, Under the Skin is a story of poisonous eroticism and human loneliness.
- United Kingdom
- 2013, 108MIN, Fiction
- DIRECTOR: Jonathan Glazer
- CAMERA: Daniel Landin
- EDITOR: Paul Watts
- SCRIPT: Walter Campbell, Michel Faber , Jonathan Glazer
- SOUND: Johnnie Burn
- ACTORS: Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy McWilliams, Lynsey Taylor Mackay
Jonathan Glazer (1965, UK) is an English filmmaker; after studying Theater Design at Nottingham Trent University, he started working as director and shot many popular commercials and music videos. His debut film, Sexy Beast (2000), won many different awards, while his second feature was the controversial thriller Birth (2004), starring Nicole Kidman.