Be My Cat: A Film for Anne

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Be My Cat: A Film for Anne
Be My Cat A Film for Anne's Poster.jpg
Official poster
Directed byAdrian Țofei
Written byAdrian Țofei
Produced byAdrian Țofei
  • Adrian Țofei
  • Sonia Teodoriu
  • Florentina Hariton
  • Alexandra Stroe
CinematographyAdrian Țofei
Edited byAdrian Țofei
Distributed byTerror Films
Release date
Running time
87 minutes

Be My Cat: A Film for Anne is a 2015 Romanian found footage psychological horror feature film directed, produced, written by, and starring Adrian Țofei, about an aspiring filmmaker obsessed with actress Anne Hathaway who goes to shocking extremes to convince her to star in his upcoming film.

It is Adrian Țofei's first film and Romania's first found footage horror movie, winner of Best Film at the 2015 A Night of Horror International Film Festival in Sydney and Best Actor for Țofei at the 2016 Nashville Film Festival, named one of the "top 5 best horror movies of 2016" by Dread Central, one of the "top 5 new intelligent found footage films" by Blumhouse, and one of the "top 7 recent European horror films" by Film Threat.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

Austin Chronicle called it "terrifying" and compared it to a modern Peeping Tom, Little White Lies called it "a prime example of meta-cinema" and said it falls between Man Bites Dog and Creep, Dread Central described it as "potentially revolutionary and dangerous", and WatchMojo included the film in top 5 best low budget horror movies ever made alongside classics The Blair Witch Project, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and Night of the Living Dead. It is now considered a cult film by fans and film professionals.[7][8][9][10][11]

Be My Cat: A Film for Anne initially received a limited release by Adrian Țofei in 2016, then benefited from a wider release by Terror Films in 2018. In 2020 Terror Films teamed up with Cinedigm to expand the release, and also with Kings of Horror to make it available for free on YouTube. Cult distributor TetroVideo gave the movie a special limited DVD release the same year, featuring a gory rendition of Anne Hathaway on the cover.[12][13][14][10][15][16][17][18][19]


An aspiring Romanian filmmaker and actor obsessed with Hollywood actress Anne Hathaway tries to convince her to come to Romania and star alongside him in his upcoming film. He goes to shocking extremes using three local actresses to shoot demo scenes to send to Anne as proof of his filmmaking and acting skills.

Adrian explains that the film he is making is not, in reality, Be My Cat. Be My Cat is a film he has written so Anne Hathaway can play the leading role. He states that his interest in Anne and making this film came from her portrayal of Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises, citing a love for cats.

The first actress that he uses as an example of his directorial style is a girl named Sonia, whose parents drop her off with Adrian at an abandoned house down the street from where he stays with his mother. Adrian begins shooting a scene with Sonia that doubles as a frustrating acting exercise. It becomes clear that Be My Cat is about a stalker obsessed with an actress, and the lines start to blur between Adrian as director and Adrian as the character. Increasingly frustrated and frightened, Sonia calls the police. After talking with her, Adrian explains to the police that it was a misunderstanding and convinces Sonia to shoot another scene at night. In the night scene the stalker uses chloroform to abduct the actress. In the second take, Adrian uses real chloroform and knocks Sonia out.

After taking her to his bedroom Adrian procures a cat suit. Before undressing her and putting the cat suit on her, Adrian explains to the camera (now personified as "Anne") that he would never do this in real life, and that it is only him in character. He also states that he is worthy of Anne in every way, betraying that his intentions for Anne may be more than artistic. Adrian stays the night beside the knocked out Sonia. When she wakes up frightened he insists that she must be sacrificed for her art. He chokes Sonia to death and hides her body in the basement.

While going to meet the second actress Adrian explains that he was bullied in the past, and due to this he dislikes boys and dogs for their meanness and likes girls and cats due to their sweetness and innocence. He also explains that the character in his film seeks to turn the actress character into a surrogate of his cat that he accidentally killed, and that this is based on how he accidentally killed his cat as a child. He ironically chances upon a dead cat on the side of the road.

Upon meeting the second actress Flory, Adrian is disappointed, as she had sent him pictures of herself when she was younger. Displeased with her age and weight, Adrian berates her. Flory offers him sexual favors in exchange to let her be in the movie, which disgusts Adrian. He tells Anne that he will not accept.

In the next scene Adrian has apparently allowed Flory to stay as they pick up the third actress, a young girl name Alexandra. Adrian asks Alexandra to wait upstairs and he performs surgery on Flory with a kitchen knife in the basement. Two neighbors come and investigate when they hear Flory's screams but Adrian assures them that they are filming a horror movie. Later that night, Adrian returns with a cat suit, having surgically thinned Flory, intending for her to wear it and be transformed. He is surprised to find her dead from blood loss. He acknowledges and enjoys that he has completely disappeared into his character and therefore can send Alexandra home, already having proved his abilities to Anne.

While Adrian is retrieving trash bags, Alexandra comes downstairs and finds Flory's body. Adrian finds himself faced with a dilemma, not wanting to kill Alexandra but knowing she will turn him in. She tries to talk him out of killing her and briefly tries to escape. Realizing she cannot escape, she continues to reason with Adrian. Adrian finds himself somewhat attracted to Alexandra due to her resemblance to Anne Hathaway, but tells Anne not to be jealous and that he only loves her. Alexandra uses this and tells him that he needs to go to Anne. Adrian says he cannot due to his fear of leaving his hometown. Alexandra says that to win her he must face his fear and go to her. She excites Adrian with the ideas of marrying and having children with Anne Hathaway. He decides that she is right and agrees to let her live, on the condition that she will wait in the basement and give him thirty minutes to escape and leave for Hollywood. Alexandra wishes him luck as he decides that he does not need to make a movie after all, since the movie was just a means to be with Anne. Overjoyed, he turns off the camera, leaving his and Alexandra's fates ambiguous.


  • Adrian Țofei as Adrian
  • Sonia Teodoriu as Sonya
  • Florentina Hariton as Flory
  • Alexandra Stroe as Alexandra


Adrian Țofei, who came from a background in method acting and theatre (Ion Cojar's method), partially improvised the movie in his hometown in Romania on a limited budget as director, producer, writer, lead actor, editor, cinematographer and most other jobs usually performed by a film crew, he never used a camera before in his life, had no crew present during shootings other than him and the actresses, partially lived in character, met the actresses for the first time in character with the camera on, and kept only first takes in the final cut. A language switch was used during filming to ensure the safety of everyone involved: speaking English meant everyone is interacting in character, and speaking Romanian meant everyone returns to be being themselves (with a few exceptions when the characters had to speak Romanian). Filming was preceded by months of preparation via emails between Țofei and the three actresses.[10][20]

Adrian Țofei's filmmaking method consists of working for months on an alternative psychological reality for the actors including himself, partially living in character, so that when they start improvising, he mainly needs to record the unfolding events and to make sure the improvisation goes in the right direction. The script mostly consists of plot points. Adrian shoots tens of hours of footage guerrilla style (25 hours for Be My Cat: A Film for Anne), and then he watches the footage like a documentary filmmaker would and creates the details of the story in post-production during the editing process.[10][20]

Adrian Țofei‘s favorite part in Be My Cat is the ending. He told the actress Alexandra Stroe to convince his character during improvisations that his true mission is not making a film with Anne, but being with her personally, to make him realize that he’s actually in love with Anne. Adrian Țofei aimed to unexpectedly end a dark, violent and twisted movie with a very pure feeling, hence the final word – “love” – deliberately in high contrast with the rest of the film.[21]


Festival release[edit]

Be My Cat: A Film for Anne had its world premiere on March 1 at the 2015 Fantasporto International Film Festival in Portugal in its initial 109 minutes version,[22] and then the Romanian premiere at the 2015 Transilvania International Film Festival.[23]

The movie's 87 minutes cut premiered at the 2015 Dracula Film Festival in Romania.[24] Over 25 more official selections followed, including at the 2015 A Night of Horror International Film Festival in Sydney (Australian premiere),[25] the 2016 Nashville Film Festival in the US (North American premiere),[26] 2016 Fright Nights in Vienna (Austrian premiere),[27] 2016 On Vous Ment! Mockumentary Film Festival (French premiere),[28] 2016 TromaDance Film Festival in New York City (East Coast Premiere),[29] 2016 Hamilton Film Festival (Canadian premiere), 2016 Toronto Indie Horror Fest (Toronto premiere), 2016 Other Worlds Austin Film Festival (Texas premiere), 2017 Horror-on-Sea Film Festival in the UK, 2017 Shockproof Film Festival in Prague, 2018 Unnamed Footage Festival in San Francisco, 2018 Nightmares Film Festival in Columbus, Ohio, and the 2018 Anchorage International Film Festival in Alaska.

VOD and DVD release[edit]

Adrian Țofei initially released Be My Cat: A Film for Anne on Vimeo On Demand in December 2016, on Amazon Video in 2017, and, for a limited time, on DVD via Amazon. Cult distributor TetroVideo gave the movie a special limited DVD release with French and Italian subtitles in 2020, featuring a gory artistic rendition of Anne Hathaway on the cover, and Adrian also re-released it worldwide on DVD via Amazon and signed DVD on his website.[30][31][32][33][13][10][16][17][19]

Terror Films acquired the movie's worldwide VOD distribution rights in late 2017 and gave it a wider release starting with April 2018 on Amazon Prime, iTunes, Google Play, Microsoft / Xbox, Vudu, and later on Steam, Screambox, Vidi, Tubi, Roku and POV Horror. In 2020 Terror Films teamed up with Cinedigm to expand the release, and also with Kings of Horror to release it for free on YouTube.[12][34][14][10][15][18]


Critical response[edit]

On Rotten Tomatoes holds an 88% approval rating based on 8 reviews.[35] It is considered a cult film.[10]

It has been included by Dread Central in "Top 5 Best Horror Movies of 2016",[5] by Blumhouse in "Top 5 New Intelligent Found Footage Films You Need to See",[4] by YardBarker in "Top 20 Best Found Footage Horror Films",[36] by Film Threat in "Top 7 Recent European Horror Films Worth Watching",[6] by WatchMojo in "Top 10 Best Low Budget Horror Movies",[11] by WhatCulture in "Top 10 Extreme Horror Movies that Try to Break their Audience",[37] and by Audiences Everywhere in "Top 50 Best Horror Movies of the 2000s".[38]

Austin Chronicle called it "terrifying" and wrote that it's "a jaw-dropping character study of a murderer, made all the more grueling and transfixing because of Țofei’s performance. Adrian (the character) is as unlikely a killer as Norman Bates, but that’s what makes him so terrifying. This is emotional extreme horror, but you won’t be able to look away. Adrian Țofei's pointed decision to avoid overt gore, instead concentrating on the interactions, makes the film something akin to a modern Peeping Tom."[7]

Little White Lies wrote that the movie "is a prime example of meta-cinema, endlessly blurring the line between behind-the-scenes reality and onscreen fantasy, between documentary and fiction, while also repeatedly commenting on the process of its own making. The results are an unnerving study in cinephilia and erotomania, falling somewhere between Rémy Belvaux's Man Bites Dog and Patrick Brice’s Creep."[8]

Blumhouse wrote: “Adrian scared the shit out of me, often entering the realm of paralyzing. If you think that’s a joke, give the film a look and tell me the chloroform sequence doesn’t send a wave of shivers racing down your spine.”[4]

Dread Central gave the movie 4 stars and wrote that "Be My Cat takes meta-filmmaking to mind-bending levels and plays out like an arthouse snuff film. Simply calling it unique is an understatement. What we have here is potentially revolutionary and, like the most impactful examples of uncompromising art, potentially dangerous. The line between fact and fiction has never been so terrifyingly and brilliantly blurred."[9]

28DLA gave it 4 stars as well, called it a "disturbing found footage masterpiece" and added that "the authenticity comes from exceptionally strong performances by an excellent cast. Sonia Teodoriu, Florentina Hariton, Alexandra Stroe and Adrian Țofei are so convincing that, at times, it’s uncomfortable to watch."[39]

Dean Bertram from A Night of Horror described Be My Cat: A Film for Anne as "the most revolutionary addition to the found footage genre since The Blair Witch Project and infinitely more convincing and frightening"[25] and Lloyd Kaufman from TromaDance wrote that it's "a new masterpiece in horror".[40]

Audiences Everywhere named it "dangerous and progressive"[41] and added that "the film is fascinating, challenging and essential for the evolution of found footage horror."[41] Mondo Exploito wrote that it "totally transcends the trappings of the found footage subgenre to create a truly unique experience that will be talked about for years to come."[42] Addicted to Horror Movies said it's "the rare original horror film that fans scream for",[43] PopHorror wrote, "I couldn't take my eyes off the screen"[44] and Cinehouse called it a "cinematic miracle". [45]

Found Footage Critic rated the movie 9.7 out of 10 and wrote that it's "a near perfect horror/thriller found footage film that sets itself apart in acting, cinematography, plot, tone, execution and production value. Found footage fan or not, this is a film you won’t want to miss! The acting of Adrian Țofei and the three supporting cast, Sonia Teodoriu, Florentina Hariton and Alexandra Stroe, is nothing short of exceptional, resulting in a genuineness that I have yet to encounter in any other found footage film to date.".[46]

Adrian Țofei received praise for his acting performance as well, which has been described by critics as “incredible", “exceptionally strong", “authentic", “excellent throughout", “complex”, “powerfully convincing”, "captivating", "shockingly good", "haunting" and “frighteningly natural“.[47][48] PopHorror included it "Top 5 Must-See Indie Horror Performances of the Decade"[49] and Artsploitation said that Țofei did "the most believable movie psychopath since Norman Bates."[47] Severed Cinema wrote that Be My Cat is "expertly acted" and called it "horror's answer to the Dogma 95 filmmaking ideals".[50]

Awards and festivals[edit]

Festival / Event (year) Award Recipient Result Ref.
A Night of Horror International Film Festival (2015) Best Film Adrian Țofei Won [2]
Best Director Adrian Țofei Nominated [51]
Best Male Performance Adrian Țofei Nominated [51]
Best Female Performance Alexandra Stroe Nominated [51]
Nashville Film Festival (2016) Grand Jury Prize Adrian Țofei Nominated [3]
Special Jury Prize for Best Actor Adrian Țofei Won [3]
Fantasporto International Film Festival (2015) Best Film Adrian Țofei Nominated [51]
Transilvania International Film Festival (2015) Best Romanian Feature Film Adrian Țofei Nominated [51]
Anchorage International Film Festival (2018) Best Narrative Feature Adrian Țofei Nominated [51]
Hamilton Film Festival (2016) Best Actor Adrian Țofei Won [52]
Nightmares Film Festival (2018) Best Thriller Feature Adrian Țofei Nominated [51]
Best Actor Feature Adrian Țofei Nominated [51]
Other Worlds Austin Film Festival (2016) Best Feature Director Adrian Țofei Nominated [51]
On Vous Ment! Mockumentary Film Festival (2016) Grand Prize for Best Feature Film Adrian Țofei Won [28]
Fright Nights Vienna (2016) Best Film Adrian Țofei Nominated [53]
Horror Cinema Awards (2018) Best First Feature Adrian Țofei Nominated [54]
Deep Cut Award Adrian Țofei Won [54]
Dracula Film Festival (2015) Special Mention Adrian Țofei Won [55]
Area de Contencao: Cartaxo International Fantastic & Horror Film Festival (2015) Out of the Box Jury Award Adrian Țofei Won [56]
Out of the Box Audience Award Adrian Țofei Won [56]
UNDO Divergent Film Awards (2019) Best Dark Comedy Feature Adrian Țofei Nominated [51]
CrashLanded Film Festival (2019) Best Horror Film Adrian Țofei Won [56]
TromaDance Film Festival (2016) Official Selection Adrian Țofei n/a [29]
Unnamed Footage Festival (2018) Official Selection Adrian Țofei n/a [57]
Horror-on-Sea Film Festival (2017) Official Selection Adrian Țofei n/a [58]
Toronto Indie Horror Fest (2016) Official Selection Adrian Țofei n/a [59]
Bram Stoker International Film Festival (2015) Official Selection Adrian Țofei n/a [60]
Torremolinos International Fantastic Film Festival (2015) Official Selection Adrian Țofei n/a [61]
Zinema Zombie Fest (2015) Official Selection Adrian Țofei n/a [62]
Shockproof Film Festival (2017) Official Selection Adrian Țofei n/a [63]
Indigo Moon Film Festival (2018) Official Selection Adrian Țofei n/a [64]
Mostra Livre de Cinema (2018) Official Selection Adrian Țofei n/a [13]
Halloweenapalooza (2018) Official Selection Adrian Țofei n/a [13]
Davis Great Bay Area International Film Festival (2018) Official Selection Adrian Țofei n/a [13]
Eko International Film Festival (2019) Official Selection Adrian Țofei n/a [13]
Kapitularz: Lodz Fantastic Film Festival (2018) Official Selection Adrian Țofei n/a [13]
Kocham Dziwne Kino (I Love Strange Cinema) Film Festival (2019) Official Selection Adrian Țofei n/a [13]


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