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See No Evil [DVD]

Mia Farrow , Dorothy Alison , Donald Bisset    Suitable for 15 years and over   DVD
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
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  • Actors: Mia Farrow, Dorothy Alison, Robin Bailey, Diane Grayson, Brian Rawlinson
  • Directors: Donald Bisset
  • Producers: Elmer Bernstein, Leslie Linder
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Uca Catalogue
  • DVD Release Date: 5 Mar 2007
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000NJLQDS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 40,216 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Product Description

Tense thriller starring Mia Farrow as a blind young woman (Mia Farrow) who goes to live in the English countryside with relatives. Out on a date with a boyfriend, she escapes the fate of her relatives who are murdered by a crazed killer but finally makes the gruesome discovery of their bodies and has to flee on horseback. She is rescued but the murderer is still out there.

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Manufacturer: Uca Catalogue


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4.3 out of 5 stars
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars FABULOUS BRITISH CLASSIC FROM 1971! 16 Mar 2009
By FAMOUS NAME VINE VOICE
Format:DVD
Better known to us Brits as 'Blind Terror'.

This was one of two outstanding films made by Mia Farrow - the other being one she made just three years earlier in 1968 where she gave an equally outstanding performance as 'Rose' in 'Rosemary's Baby'.

Whilst not a huge fan of Farrow, one has to hand it to her for giving it her 100% in terms of talent. In this British classic from 1971, she gives an award-wining performance as the innocent blind girl who becomes the victim of a family massacre whilst convalescing at her aunt and uncle's large manor house. The suffering of her character's plight can only be likened to that of pulling the wings off a butterfly...

I'm in constant admiration of any American actor who can do a convincing British accent without any flaws. Very few can do this - it is extremely difficult, but Farrow here pulls it off with amazing accuracy!

This was one of those movies that had immense impact on anyone who saw it at the time, and subsequently well-remembered. It was also from a period in British movie-making when at its best in this particular genre.

Also stars Paul Nicholas (one could never think quite the same of him ever again after this!) and a young and extremely handsome Michael Elphick.

Not to be missed!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars In a world of darkness, evil can hide anywhere 5 April 2012
By West25
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Sarah has just left the hospital after a horseback-riding accident left her blind, she is staying with her auntie and uncle where the accident took place. A day or two after she arrives and settles in, Sarah goes to meet her boyfriend Steve. After a couple of hours she's dropped off at home and goes to bed, unaware that whilst she was out with Steve, a psychotic killer has murdered her relatives. She wakes up early in the morning and assumes that the others are sleeping, she hears Steve outside so gets dressed and meets him, where she discovers that he's given her a horse as a present. Later that day whilst running a bath, she discovers the bodies of her family and falls down the basement in a panic. When she comes around, she finds her way into the hallway where she finds a bracelet with a name engraved onto it. Blind and terrified, she realises that the killer is going to come back to retrieve the bracelet, when he does, Sarah is going to have to escape and get to safety.

I have to admit that i'm not a fan of Mia Farrow, apart from Rosemary's Baby and the shockingly average remake of The Omen, this is the only other film i've seen her in. I thought she was excellent in See No Evil, her British accent is spot on and she's totally convincing as a blind woman. The way she moves and touches her way around her house is very believable, and there's several scenes where she looks genuinely terrified. Like most people, I seem to have read and heard more about her marriages to Frank Sinatra, Andre Previn and her relationship with Woody Allen than her films, but if Rosemary's Baby and now this is anything to go by, i'm thinking I need to see a few more of her films.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb Thriller 4 Mar 2010
Format:DVD
Also known as 'Blind Terror', this 70's British thriller, scripted by Brian Clemens and directed with great assurance by Richard Fleischer, is one of the highpoints of a prolific genre of British cinema, joining 'And Soon The Darkness', 'Frenzy' and 'Taste Of Fear' as one of the very best. Okay, the plot concerning a vulnerable heroine in peril from an unknown assailant had been recycled many times, but Fleischer manages to squeeze every last drop of tension from the situation. The scenes where Sarah(Mia Farrow) moves from room to room in the house, unaware of the corpses around her are quite brilliant, and I love that the killers motivations are as mundane as a splash of mud on their boots. The cast is full of familiar British character actors, and is headed by the imported star, in this case Farrow doing an excellent job in a difficult role. Another big plus is veteran composer Elmer Bernstein's superb score.
A very fine British psychological thriller, borderline Horror, that comes highly recommended from this viewer at least. Very nice picture/audio quality on this release as well. 5out of 5
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4.0 out of 5 stars Blind Terror 16 Feb 2007
Format:DVD
This was indeed entitled "Blind Terror" during its initial run, and it is indeed an apt title, much better than "see no evil" at conveying the content of the film. It doesn't depend on blood and gore for its thrills, its more psychological. Mia Farrow does an excellent job of conveying real horror on her face as she stumbles on different horrors in what she thinks is an empty house. The suspense is built up slowly for the viewers as they can see what Mia cannot. All you see of the perpetrator is cowboy boots and jeans. He apparently got the hump because the houseowner accidently splashed some dirty water on his nice new clean boots when driving past.
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5.0 out of 5 stars FABULOUS BRITISH CLASSIC FROM 1971! 16 Mar 2009
By FAMOUS NAME VINE VOICE
Format:VHS Tape
Better known to us Brits as 'Blind Terror'.

This was one of two outstanding films made by Mia Farrow - the other being one she made just three years earlier in 1968 where she gave an equally outstanding performance as 'Rose' in 'Rosemary's Baby'.

Whilst not a huge fan of Farrow, one has to hand it to her for giving it her 100% in terms of talent. In this British classic from 1971, she gives an award-wining performance as the innocent blind girl who becomes the victim of a family massacre whilst convalescing at her aunt and uncle's large manor house. The suffering of her character's plight can only be likened to that of pulling the wings off a butterfly...

I'm in constant admiration of any American actor who can do a convincing British accent without any flaws. Very few can do this - it is extremely difficult, but Farrow here pulls it off with amazing accuracy!

This was one of those movies that had immense impact on anyone who saw it at the time, and subsequently well-remembered. It was also from a period in British movie-making when at its best in this particular genre.

Also stars Paul Nicholas (one could never think quite the same of him ever again after this!) and a young and extremely handsome Michael Elphick.

Not to be missed!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Terror at the manor house
Mia Farrow stars as Sarah, an English horsewoman who was recently blinded. When she comes home after rehabilitation, a mysterious maniac starts stalking her family and she must... Read more
Published 9 months ago by Kona
5.0 out of 5 stars great film
when I first saw this film at the cinema it was called blind terror and was a support film, it was a fantastic film and I have been trying to trace it ever since.
Published 13 months ago by PP1
3.0 out of 5 stars Who is that?
Mia Farrow giving her 'blind' best performance ever..Shall not tell you the ending..OKAY!! The Gypsy's are fine..A real cheap British Movie..check out 'Rosemary's baby'
Published 24 months ago by Anthony Cox
4.0 out of 5 stars scary
i last saw this film in the days when my parents had a black and white tv so seeing this film in colour with all the blood was a bit scary. Read more
Published on 28 Jan 2012 by needs sleep
4.0 out of 5 stars Maniac!
See No Evil is a scary horror/thriller from 1971 that stars Mia Farrow as a blind girl struggling to survive against a maniac. Read more
Published on 15 Sep 2011 by j.r
5.0 out of 5 stars See No Evil (Blind Terror) DVD
I remember seeing this at the cinema in Argentina in the 70s. It was called Blind Terror then and enjoyed it tremendously so pleasantly surprised to find it available on DVD. Read more
Published on 14 July 2010 by A. Foster
3.0 out of 5 stars Amusing if you like a laugh at dodgy continuity and plot.
This film is ok if you don't feel like you want to watch anything that you have to pay too much attention to. Read more
Published on 3 Oct 2009 by Ms. N. M. Smith
5.0 out of 5 stars FABULOUS BRITISH CLASSIC FROM 1971!
Better known to us Brits as 'Blind Terror'.

This was one of two outstanding films made by Mia Farrow - the other being one she made just three years earlier in 1968... Read more
Published on 16 Mar 2009 by FAMOUS NAME
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