The Eyes of My Mother

by Alan Rapp on December 9, 2016

in Movie Reviews 

  • Title: The Eyes of My Mother
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The Eyes of My MotherMany horror movies attempt to showcase evil, to explain it, rationalize it, or hold it up as something supernatural or inhuman. With The Eyes of My Mother, writer/director Nicolas Pesce has something else in mind. Centering around an odd young girl (Olivia Bond) whose life is changed by the arrival of a stranger which leads her to grow-up into an even stranger, and lonelier, young woman (Kika Magalhaes), The Eyes of My Mother is an undeniably creepy tale presented largely from the point of view of a truly terrifying young woman whose deep loneliness leads down a gruesome road.

Presented in black-and-white with minimal effects and a small cast as if something from the darker limits of The Twilight Zone, the film take places almost entirely at Francisca’s isolated farmhouse, far away from prying eyes. Those who are unlucky enough to step foot on the property will learn their mistake far too late. The story is straightforward in Francisca’s desires, but far from expected as each dark turn will leave you squirming in your seat. Here’s a film that may indeed give you nightmares. Horror fans may be surprised by what they find, but they won’t be disappointed.

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