Eye Of The Beholder  [DVD]
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The Eye (Ewan McGregor) is a British intelligence agent charged with the surveillance of Joanna Eris (Ashley Judd), a mysterious young woman accused of blackmailing a senior official. Following his quarry across Europe, the agent becomes obsessed with her, especially after he develops a photograph of her and discovers that the print also features the ghostly image of his deceased daughter...
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It does not seem to far from some De Palma experiments, but less morbid and more sentimental. So sentimental that the whole film, both in its plot and the way scenes and direction itself are conceived, seem almost to adopt the genre to use if for purposes that differ from what you expect from it: in fact, this film is a melò and a love story disguised as a thriller, where voyeurism, investigation, the use itself of spying equipment and technologies are a way to connect to someone, establish a relation, and liberate desire. You might not like it, be disappointed, unless you lower your prejudice and open up to the infinite possibilities of cinema and emotion. Ewan Mcgregor and Ashely Judd are one of the best unresolved couples in romantic cinema, while Stephen Elliot puts all his visionary and inventive style to make us see and feel the immaterial side of human being: his heart and his soul. Too bad this is not a blu ray
An exciting and enjoyable thriller. 'Eye Of The Beholder' casts Ewan McGregor as 'the eye', an isolated and rather odd British Intelligence officer who is signed to the case of the beautiful and mysterious Joanna Eris (played by Ashley Judd). Although accused only of blackmailing a British official senior, she is guilty of far more than that. It's up-to 'the eye' to shadow her and discover more about the woman who is causally committing murder after murder. Both Ewan McGregor and Ashley Judd both give good performances in what are two interesting characters.
I can see why some people might not like this film, it is odd one (admittedly a bit silly at times) but a very original work. On the other hand, I did enjoy 'Eye Of The Beholder' and found it an overall intelligent film with an intriguing plot.
Great performances and drags you into its world fast, keeping you there.
After watching it the first time I rented it another 3 times before finally buying the rental version form the store!
Starring Ashley Judd and Ewan Macgregor, this is a tale of obsession, irrational obsession, of loss and love. It's a story of people, of scars, of life and survival. It's one of the most amazing films I've ever seen. Not just because of the grade A acting and direction, but also as a technical achievenment.
If you're an admirer of David Fincher's elaborate camera pans and trickery, you might also like to watch this, even as a purely technical film it's remarkable. The fades, editing and camerawork is utterly masterful. The soundtrack is perfect. It's an experience more than a mere story. I cannot reccomend this DVD enough.
For those who have ever felt loss, this is a movie that can touch you and inspire you with Hope.
"I wish you love."
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The actors and the plot ..... a different movie with the soundtrack: "i wish you Love" Thrilling.Published 13 months ago by luisa
Just wasted 2 hours of my life, Wierdest film I have ever had the misfortune to waste my money on, since eternal sunshine of the spotless mind.Published on 14 April 2012 by M. Frost
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