Jealous husband Jack Haines takes his rage to a bar, where he meets a blind blues singer whose song tells en eerily familiar story.

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Jealous husband Jack Haines takes his rage to a bar, where he meets a blind blues singer whose song tells en eerily familiar story.

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25 March 1989 (UK)  »

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The title is based on a line for William Shakespeare's play 'The Merchant of Venice': "For I am much ashamed of my exchange, but love is blind and lovers cannot see." The phrase also appeared in the plays 'Two Gentlemen of Verona' and 'Henry V'. See more »

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Jack Haines: Go to hell.
Blind Singer: Aw, thanks, I've been there, ain't interested. But it seems to me you're halfway there.
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5 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I thought this one was quite good. The blind guy obviously had lots of work with all the hotheads and reactionaries in the world. This involves an over the road trucker who suspects his wife will be cheating on him in a bar. He waits with a gun under his shirt, ready to kill her and the other guy. But along comes a blind blues singer who seems to get in his way at every opportunity. The interesting thing about the guy is that he seems to be able to see things, even more quickly than a sighted man. This is really a classic ghost story and it is pulled off nicely.


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