{"title":"One Hour Photo","dateDebut":"2002","dateEnd":null,"description":"One Hour Photo is a 2002 American psychological thriller film written and directed by Mark Romanek and starring Robin Williams. Fox Searchlight Pictures distributed the film in the United States. One Hour Photo also starred Connie Nielsen, Michael Vartan, Gary Cole, and Eriq La Salle. Williams won a Saturn Award for Best Actor (2003) for his work in the film.[2] The film received positive reviews, earning an 81% rating at Rotten Tomatoes.\n\nSeymour \"Sy\" Parrish (Robin Williams) is a photo technician at SavMart's one-hour photo developing clinic. He leads a solitary life outside of the \"heaven-like\" hyperreality atmosphere of the department store. Every day he labors to ensure his customers get the best quality photos possible. His work is his life, as he has no one and nothing to go home to at the end of each day; he spends his evenings sitting alone in his barren living room, watching television. The only thing in Sy's apartment he has for companionship is a hamster, caged in his bedroom. His favorite customers are the Yorkin family: husband Will, wife Nina, and their son Jake). He has developed their photos for years and has developed an obsession with the family. He idolizes their happiness and affluence, memorizing every personal detail about them, and begins to associate with them more and more. As time progresses, he finds that terrorizing them may be the only way to earn and keep their business.","leadImageMedUrl":"http:\/\/distro-1.retrojunk.com\/secure\/ce84f958afbb331a691d8ab3434e793ec79d539b701bbabd8630971b416f9720c5798c\/image\/2073c0c111f076f477b5f0d2e9d3e73f_md.jpg"}