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Don't Open Your Eyes (2018)

When an apathetic home hospice nurse learns he shares a sinister connection with the mysterious old woman in his care, it forces him to confront a darkness he never could have imagined.

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Cast overview:
Tom Kemnitz Jr. ... John / Thomas
Gergana Mellin Gergana Mellin ... Agnes
Jamie Carroll ... Annie
Travis Cox Travis Cox ... Driver
Jude Salisbury Jude Salisbury ... John's Brother / Mask
Reece Salisbury Reece Salisbury ... Young John / Thomas
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When an apathetic home hospice nurse learns he shares a sinister connection with the mysterious old woman in his care, it forces him to confront a darkness he never could have imagined.

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24 September 2018 (USA) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Not as good as it could have been
2 October 2018 | by mjsregSee all my reviews

I really liked the cinematography which was atmospheric and reminded me of classic horrors such as The Omen and The Exorcist, with wintry outside shots slightly blue grey.

For the most part the visuals in the film were excellent - moody with interesting shot choices that really kept visual interest.

As for the story. It was an interesting concept that fell far short in delivery.

In the end this film became tedious to watch. Long dialogues that were difficult to understand and make out through the thick accent of the main actress -Gergana Mellin - and her portrayal of the character. No doubt she is a good actress and her theatre experience showed through, but something went very wrong in the volley of scenes where she relays important information about the story that just get lost. Perhaps it was a technical issue - either way, it just ended up being boring to try and figure out.

I also think there was a severe lack of build-up to some of the pivotal parts in the film. They just seemed to happen without any drama associated with them, and were gone as soon as they arrived. This led to a linear experience watching this film. There was nothing to get excited about, scared at, or have any particular emotional response to.

The ending also left a lot to be desired. Again, there was no build up or anticipation and it just happened fairly much as expected.

There are other points that detract from the enjoyment of watching this film, but I can't be bothered going in to them.

It is a shame. There were brilliant aspects such as the visuals, then the abysmal application of story telling. This is not a film I would want to watch again, which it could have been with a little more thought going in to telling the story.


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