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Julia's Eyes [Blu-ray]
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Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy) presents the story of Julia (Belén Rueda, The Orphanage), a woman suffering from a degenerative sight disease who finds her blind sister Sara hung in her basement. Despite all signs pointing to suicide, Julia decides to investigate what she intuitively feels is a murder case. Julia’s sight gradually deteriorates as she uncovers the terrifying truth about Sara's death, and an invisible man with a mysterious link to Sarah begins to stalk her and leave a series of unexplained deaths in his trail.
- Interview with Guillermo Del Toro
- Interview with Guillem Morales
- Interview with Belén Rueda
- Interview with Lluís Homar
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This chiller from Spain is superbly crafted and the eerie ambiance makes this a scary affair for me. The director really knows how to play a lot of tricks with your mind, you will never know what is the cause of all of this until near the end of this atmospheric thriller. Belén Rueda who played Julia and her twin sister Sara is so magnificent in her double roles.
Don't let the subtitles ruin the fun in watching this Spanish flick. Make sure you dim the lights and open your eyes!
I would recommend this film. It is well worth the money, but it's best watched with the lights on!
I would have given it 5 stars if I hadn't guessed who the baddie was pretty early on. Despite that it still had me on the edge of my seat until the end.
Without giving the end away...it was very touching ending, quite beautiful in fact.
A very good film and so glad I watched it, definitely kept my attention throughout with a nice little twist, although one part was a bit predictable enjoyable little film where the subtitles weren't over Intrusive and easy to follow!.
It wasn't clear for the most part how restricted Julia's eyesight was at any given time, sometimes she seemed near totally blind, sometimes fine with several spectrums in between. Some medical explanation was given (deteriorates with stress) but it was played very much as the scene demanded to avoid her seeing who was who and therefore stretch both the films length and credulity levels.
The whole protagonists scenario was a bit hmmmm. A bit daft really. Script wise this film has significant problems but the performances were all good and with an occasional shock moment thrown in most people I imagine would not feel too cheated by watching this once. I don't think it's got any re-play value though, maybe if it had been trimmed by 30 mins but as it stands, for a purchase, it's overlong and not interesting enough to justify being largely underwhelmed for the best part of 2 hours.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arrived on time and as described, is a spanish subtitled film though so don't buy it if you're the kind of person who hates reading subtitlesPublished 5 days ago by Joanna
A tense, clever and subtly romantic thriller hiding important knowledge till the absolute prime moment. Del Toro at his best!Published 10 months ago by Mr. NB Harmer