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Discussion in 'General' started by Workshed, Oct 31, 2016.
Release: Dec. 2nd, 2016
Pretty great trailer:
More context in this trailer:
Looks bizarre. Wonder if it will get a nationwide release?
I'll update the OP:
I'm intrigued by this. I'll definitely check it out! Thanks for the heads up!
Actually just caught The Eyes of My Mother last week at a local genre film festival, and was one of my favourites of the festival. Very moody and beautiful B&W cinematography, and the film is subtle and weird and also rather downbeat the entire time. It doesn't have much in way of story/dialogue, so those expecting something with a more engaging story over atmosphere might have some issues with it, but I personally loved it.
Couple of scenes:
Solid review over at the AV Club:
more here: http://www.avclub.com/review/dont-be-fooled-artfulness-eyes-my-mother-deeply-fu-246663
That's a pretty accurate one-line description of the film. It's definitely not for everyone, but I can't wait to check it out again soon.
Look at you with all the upcoming horror movie deets.
Was surprised to find the blu-ray in store at Best Buy for only $12.99. Comes with a beautiful slipcover too.
Great movie, check it out!
Thanks for the heads-up! I watched this on Netflix last night and really enjoyed it.
This is now available on Netflix instant streaming.
This film is pretty f**ked up. Well made with few actors and little dialog. I would think that most people on this site would enjoy this film and if you have Netflix there isn't an excuse not to watch it.
I put this on my Netflix watch list last week. These latest reviews/videos make me want to bump it all the way to the top. I may check it out this Friday. Kind of excited now!
Watched this last night 'cause a buddy of mine somehow had two copies so he gave me one of them. Wow. What a unique film. It's very subdued and calm, yet the subject matter and events that occur are extremely nasty. This had the potential to be an over-the-top gorefest and instead it was handled like, well as others have already remarked, a Bergman film. As such, it sticks with you more. Gonna rewatch this one again soon, I imagine.