Blind

  • April 3, 2016 / 16:00
  • May 7, 2016 / 19:00

Director: Eskil Vogt
Cast: Ellen Dorrit Petersen, Henrik Rafaelsen, Vera Vitali
Norway, Netherlands, 2015, 96’, color
Norwegian with Turkish subtitles

Blind, is a complex, humorous, and original drama that follows a woman writer who retreats to the safety of her home, having recently lost her sight. But soon her fears take over and she holds on to reality not to lose her mind. Blind is an original film with a surreal atmosphere, sparse dialogue and humour, not just on seeing and blindness but also on solitude and writing. “How does one show blindness on film? The most obvious would be to let the screen go black, to let the viewers orientate themselves with sound. (...) For me, it was often about limiting the visual input by isolating a detail or holding an image longer. This is the key to the film’s form and style for me. And blindness, paradoxically enough is in and of itself, very filmic; it contains the most fundamental aspects of film: to see and be seen, light and dark…” – Eskil Vogt

2014 Sundance Screenwriting Award–World Cinema
2014 Berlin Europa Cinemas Label
2014 CPH:PIX New Talent Grand Pix

Certain scenes in this film depicting sexual situations or containing violence might not be suitable for minors.

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Trailer

Blind

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