FILM DESCRIPTION: In Mannequin, a lame attempt to revive the style and panache of fantasy-tinged romantic Of course, there is intrigue involving a rival department store's attempt to drive the good guys out of business Made by movie fans, for movie fans.
In Spike Jonze's acclaimed new film Her, the titular pronoun refers to the Her Objects of Affection: Movie Men Infatuated with Mannequins. Mannequin is a bad movie shot and set in Philadelphia. “In Mannequin, [Andrew] McCarthy plays a hapless young man who is fired from one. He claimed he got the idea for "Mannequin" in while walking past To make the mannequins used in the movie, Cattrall sat for a Santa the updated romance would be about a man who falls in love with a hologram.
Development[ edit ] The idea for the film came when director Michael Gottlieb was walking down Fifth Avenue and thought he saw a mannequin move in the window of Bergdorf Goodman. Six mannequins, each with a different expression, were made. I wanted to match the mannequins as closely as I could. All the other movies that I've done I played the girl, and the plot was around the movie guy dating mannequin.
I've never had anybody to do special lighting for me, or find out what clothes look good on me, or what camera angles are best for me In this movie, I learned a lot from it. The consensus states: "Mannequin is a real dummy, outfitted with a ludicrous concept and a painfully earnest script that never springs to life, despite the best efforts of an impossibly charming Kim Cattrall.