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regular employer who paints girls in different positions

an employee (tall blonde) works at an office with the same routine , meets a girl and starts hanging out with her, and talking about different topics. One day she finds out that he paints girls , and  asks him to paint her too, he paints her in varous positions, but for the last position he has to kill her to paint her dead, like he did with all the other girls. after he finishes his painting he hurries out crying to tell his only freind (coworker) about what he just did with blood covering his hands. that's when his friend confronts him with the fact that he has been imagining girls and never actually murdered anyone. is it just red paint on his hands or is it blood? Cause this girl this time felt so real
asked May 31, 2017 in Name That Movie by Piko (6 points)

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"Spiral" (2007)

From IMDb: The asthmatic aspirant painter Mason is a lonely and outcast employee of the JZD & J Insurance that is haunted by dreadful nightmares of women. His supervisor and only friend tries to approach him, but Mason remains reclusive and alone. He is befriended one lunchtime by new employee, Amber. A couple of days later, they date, and Mason begins to paint her. On Christmas Eve, they make love, but, the next morning, Amber finds his blocks of identical drafts of different women in his drawer. When Mason discovers that Amber has broken his rule that she could never see his sketch before the painting is ready, he has a violent argument with her. (Yes, he murders her.)

answered Jun 1, 2017 by MystMoonstruck (10,229 points)
selected Jun 1, 2017 by Piko
MystMoonstruck you are an angelll!!!!
i can't explain to you just how exited i am to see this film <3
i saw it once when i was little with my brother and it stuck with us for a looong  time but we forgot the name at the end i was thinking that we imagined it or something D; seriously tho i love u
You're welcome!

Thank you for the BA! It's wonderful to receive  a speedy response=}

I've seen the film a couple of times, and it remains in my thoughts. Once, when I couldn't call the name to mind, I recalled Amber Tamblyn, as I am a fan of her father, Russ Tamblyn.
thanks to you now i'll never forget this film again !