The X-Files: Season 4, Episode 4

Unruhe (27 Oct. 1996)
"The X Files" Unruhe (original title)

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An intended passport photo for a missing woman develops warped and twisted, showing her terrified and surrounded by beings. With a little investigation, Mulder develops a theory that the ... See full summary »

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An intended passport photo for a missing woman develops warped and twisted, showing her terrified and surrounded by beings. With a little investigation, Mulder develops a theory that the kidnapper of this woman has the power to psychically display his thoughts on film. Written by EJS

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Pruitt Taylor Vince is afflicted with nystagmus, a condition that causes rapid, involuntary eye movements. This was expertly included in certain shots of Gerry Schnauz to hint at his mental instability (with which nystagmus has nothing to do), and perhaps allude to his uncanny ability of photographic thought projection. See more »

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Dana Scully: [voiceover] For truly to pursue monsters, we must understand them. We must venture into their minds. Only in doing so: do we risk letting them venture into ours?
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Vince's eye movement
19 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Both posters above referred to the actor's visible eye oscillations as interesting, although no mention in the show was made of it. This is a visual impairment called nystagmus. Without doubt the actor suffers from it, it simply can't be faked. The camera techniques were clearly designed to allow you to easily view this, although Scully and Mulder do not seem to directly take notice of it. I mention this also because this impairment seriously limits vision and the kinds of jobs those who have it can get. Hats off to Pruitt Taylor Vince for doing so well. Check out the link to him on IMDb where many other people comment on his nystagmus and offer their own perspectives.


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