A blind woman's relationship with her husband changes when she regains her sight and discovers disturbing details about themselves.
|Release Date||:||August 10, 2017|
|Production Company||:||SC Films International, 2DUX², Wing and a Prayer Pictures|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Writers||:||Marc Forster, Sean Conway|
|Casts||:||Blake Lively, Jason Clarke, Yvonne Strahovski, Danny Huston, Ahna O'Reilly, Wes Chatham, Miquel Fernández, Kaitlin Orem, Stasee Vatanapan, Sirinya Bishop, Bonnie Zellerbach, Sahajak Boonthanakit, Johanna Wallmeier, Paula Allen, Lucy Lummis, Stephan Wiks, Xavi Sánchez, Carmen Flores, Suman C. Tharan|
|Plot Keywords||:||wife husband relationship, married couple, blind, blonde woman, surgical operation, psychological drama, regaining sight, blind woman|
Marc Forster has delivered some decent big budget films in the past, like World War Z and Quantum of Solace, but All I See is You is smaller and a less epic offering. The story is an interesting one, a woman who has been blind for a long time has a procedure to get her eyesight back. The recovery period is long but ultimately successful in helping her gain her eyesight back, but she slowly starts realizing her life is not at all what it seems.
I thought the cast did a fine job, Blake Lively played a blind woman quite well and Jason Clarke played her supportive yet angry husband.
The problem with this movie is that nothing really happens, it tried to hit the viewer with a couple twists but those ultimately fell flat. Another problem was that it tried to use sex to further the narrative but that really just got in the way and felt forced. Maybe Marc was trying to distract the viewer with sex so they don't realize his movie is boring. A sort of plus was the handful of cool visuals that were scattered throughout the film, I won't tell you what they are because I don't really know how to explain them and if you choose to see it, I don't want to give anything away.
My Suggestion: See it if you like Blake Lively or Jason Clarke enough to sit through a boring movie starring them.
Seen at TIFF 2016.