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Lincoln's Eyes (2005)

In this dazzling special effects production, an artist commissioned to create a portrait of Lincoln, struggles to understand all the things he sees in Lincoln's eyes - sorrow, resolve, hope, vision, forgiveness and more.

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Charles Otte
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Cast

Credited cast:
Richard Doyle ... The Artist
Peter Spruyt ... (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Aesop Aquarian Aesop Aquarian ... (voice)
William Cellini Jr. William Cellini Jr. ... (voice)
Gary Carlos Cervantes ... (voice)
Christopher Curry ... (voice)
Ryan Cutrona ... (voice)
Bruce Dickinson Bruce Dickinson ... (voice)
James DuMont ... (voice)
Stephanie Erb ... (voice)
Tom Fitzpatrick ... Voice
Daniele Gaither ... (voice)
Jean Gilpin ... (voice)
Nadya Ginsburg ... (voice)
Darroch Greer Darroch Greer ... (voice)
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In this dazzling special effects production, an artist commissioned to create a portrait of Lincoln, struggles to understand all the things he sees in Lincoln's eyes - sorrow, resolve, hope, vision, forgiveness and more.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 April 2005 (USA) See more »

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BRC Imagination Arts See more »
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Color
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captivating. See it if you can
22 June 2006 | by monkeymamma56See all my reviews

Lincoln's Eyes will captivate you and keep your attention from the opening moments of the film until the end . Lincoln's Eyes makes good use of history, fact, opinion of the time, recent technology, and a fast paced dialog. Lincoln's Eyes will help you see our sixteenth President in a new light. It exposes the viewer to conflicts of the times among politicians, private citizens and families. This film was viewed at the new Lincoln Presidential Museum and was included in the price of admission.

Lincoln's Eyes will remind the viewer of the struggles that Lincoln had to deal with during his Presidency. The special effects add realism to the presentation. "Lincoln's Eyes" is very comparable to a 3-D film without the use of 3-D technology.


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