|Directed by||Jacqueline Wright|
|Written by||Alice Lowe|
Stiffy is a 2005 short film directed by Jacqueline Wright and written by and starring Alice Lowe. It also stars Steve Oram and James Bachman. Stiffy subverts the taboo of necrophilia by depicting a hospital orderly falling in love with a corpse and then courting it with old-fashioned romance.
Stiffy was one of the winners of "Straight 8", a competition which states that all entries must be filmed on 8 mm, with single takes for each shot and no editing.
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