Three young New Yorkers decide to travel South for a few days away from the Big Apple. They pick up a beautiful, mysterious young sightless woman with a strange and unsettling past. All ... See full summary »

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Pauline
Roger Kabler ...
Robbie
Mary McLain ...
Marjorie
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Lance
John MacKay ...
Dr. Peterson
Cyrece Dyonn ...
Pauline's Mother
John Patrick Rice ...
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Alan Spaulding ...
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Theodora 'Teddi' Tarnoff ...
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Diane DiBernardo ...
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Cindi Wyatt ...
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Donna Cannon ...
Chickenette
Christy Coggins ...
Chickenette Restaurant Patron
Avner Jones ...
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Three young New Yorkers decide to travel South for a few days away from the Big Apple. They pick up a beautiful, mysterious young sightless woman with a strange and unsettling past. All three are captivated and fascinated by her, but can she be trusted? Written by Duncan Shine <Shine@Telecall.Co.Uk>

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Three friends... One stranger. She led them to places that only existed in her mind's eye. See more »


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15 February 1991 (USA)  »

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ALLIGATOR EYES
Words and Music by Sheila Silver
Performed by Allison Mackie
Copyright 1989 Argenta Music
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strange B Noir
5 April 1999 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A young couple pick up an attractive young woman hitch-hiking in North Carolina. They soon notice that she is blind {she hides this fact quite well}! She leads the couple on an odyssey through the outer banks area including Ocracoke and another island. Her reason for the search is gradually revealed through flashbacks. While straining credulity this low budget somewhat amateurish film noir has its moments. The on -location photography adds a good deal to the strange ethereal quality of the film.The ending is sufficiently bizarre.


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