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    The Eyes of My Mother

    Since she was a little girl, Francisca has absorbed the anatomy lessons from her mother, a former eye surgeon, on their small house located in an idyllic country. Unfortunately, her ordinary life was dramatically changed when a psychopath invaded her farmhouse and watered it with blood. From that very moment, Francisca started a new life with the world a around her takes on a dark form.
    Duration: 76 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2016
    IMDb: 6.2
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  • Actors of "The Eyes of My Mother"

  • Characters of "The Eyes of My Mother"

    Francisca. Character of The Eyes of My Mother
    Played by: Olivia Bond
  • Directors of "The Eyes of My Mother"

    Nicolas Pesce. Director of The Eyes of My Mother
    Nicolas Pesce
    Birthdate: 18 January 1990, New York City, New York, USA
  • Creators of "The Eyes of My Mother"

    Nicolas Pesce. Director of The Eyes of My Mother
    Nicolas Pesce
    Birthdate: 18 January 1990, New York City, New York, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "The Eyes of My Mother"

    Globe and Mail
    December 16, 2016

    It is a stark, dreadful vision - but one that is fascinatingly executed, with a compelling central performance from Kika Magalhaes as a matter-of-fact monster.

    Toronto Star
    December 15, 2016

    Chilling and disturbing, this is not a film for the faint-hearted.

    San Diego Reader
    December 09, 2016

    Writer-director Nicolas Pesce's debut feels unnervingly like a Diane Arbus photo that's been stretched into a film. Which is to say, it's unnerving.

    Rolling Stone
    December 02, 2016

    This is what curdled Americana looks like - a Joel-Peter Witkin portfolio come to life and a vision of jus' folks weaned on isolation, madness, and good old Type O.
    December 02, 2016

    Pesce and I obviously don't agree on what constitutes effective (or maybe just productive) ambiguity. It's not a bad film ... it just isn't all there.

    New York Times
    December 01, 2016

    Ms. Magalhaes, a former dancer, uses her expressive eyes and graceful limbs to bring the intimacy and sensuality of her actions to vivid life.

    Irish Times
    April 26, 2017

    The running time - or lack thereof - is a problem, but this otherwise perfectly ghoulish exercise marks Nicolas Pesce and his crew as talents to keep track of.

    Film Ireland Magazine
    March 30, 2017

    Deeply disturbing, and with just enough visual tantalisations to boast the director's skill, The Eyes of My Mother is a film that only few could enjoy, or at very least stomach.

    Little White Lies
    March 27, 2017

    Watching Nicolas Pesce's insipid The Eyes of My Mother, it's clear that some directors should make sure they've mastered the basics before they try to do something new within the genre.

    Observer (UK)
    March 26, 2017

    This poised feature debut from Nicolas Pesce announces a director who blends arthouse with horror to unnerving, elegant effect.

    Radio Times
    March 24, 2017

    This teasingly elliptical melodrama is more a psychological study of loneliness and the need for love than it is a generic shocker.

    Times (UK)
    March 23, 2017

    Nicolas Pesce's film opens with an air of originality and deep disquiet and beautifully framed black-and-white photography... Unfortunately, in the second half it descends into... gratuitous torture porn.

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