It’s odd for him at the real estate telemarketing center he works for, since now he’s the only seeing person there, but life is truly wonderful.Imagine however a life where your spouse has chosen everything, from clothes and home decor to even what information to give out: Jonah comes home with a black eye and James discovers that Samantha never told him their son was being bullied at school.Doppelganger In Times Square by American artist Slater Bradley is a reworking of a still from his 1999 film Clean Slate.Bradley’s work frequently deals with themes of lost youth and teen angst.And the film references to a lot of others as well as a part of the story.This is first feature directed by script writer Eskil Vogt, previously especially known for the critically acclaimed Reprise, directed by Joachim Trier. Max introduced me to Kerry Kijewski, too, whom I also interviewed. When ask for directions, most people will be friendlier. When I interviewed Max last year, I learned a lot about him.
This film gave hints to Bergman (Persona) and Hitchcock (several) and some other movies with blind persons, obviously.An archive perspective rendering by architect Paul Rudolph, of the Burroughs Wellcome Headquarters in North Carolina, circa 1969.Rudolph was a brilliantly accomplished draftsman as well as a forward-thinking architect, and although many of his more ambitious projects were never realised, his huge archive of drawings is a testament to his vision.Their pillow talk, combined with the low-toned warmth of their voices, speak of deep closeness and affection, and they’re a tight family with young son Jonah (Skylar Gaertner).James prays daily, voicing his gratitude for such a wonderful life.
Blind is one of those films which is very different and exciting, and tells a story very differently than the standard film.