Blind Reviews

September 14, 2015
It's a fascinating exploration of the things that can thrive in the soil of a jealous mind, fertilized by suspicion and a lack of sight.
Top Critic
September 4, 2015
With heightened sounds and Petersen's assured performance, Blind evocatively depicts the small triumphs and frustrating defeats of Ingrid's daily existence.
September 3, 2015
Despite its heady eroticism, it maintains an almost clinical detachment that engages your mind without making your heart leap.
September 1, 2015
This is a haunting puzzle of a movie, one to pick at, to unpeel, to see a second time through eyes that have adjusted to it.
June 5, 2015
However you interpret it, Vogt's film lingers, haunting like imagery that refuses to fade away in memory.
June 4, 2015
These lonely, possibly imagined secondary characters are portrayed with the same depth of feeling as the married couple but are even more engrossing as psychological projections of the wife.
Top Critic
June 4, 2015
All this nesting-doll storytelling might feel hollow if Blind didn't possess such a solid emotional foundation.
March 27, 2015
Blind takes a fresh look at reality and fiction, through the unseeing eyes of Ingrid (an uncanny performance by Ellen Dorrit Petersen).
March 26, 2015
Vogt duly dramatises the novel's scenes, with details surreally withdrawn or changed midstream as Ingrid changes her mind: a self-conscious and artificial trope, although one which creates great opportunities for black comedy.
March 26, 2015
Definitely one that repays repeat viewings.
March 24, 2015
This is ambitious filmmaking.
January 31, 2014
Vogt's first feature film seamlessly oscillates from bruising drama to uproarious Norwegian comedy with tact.
January 19, 2014
Any emotional involvement with any of the ... situations or characters is relegated to the back burner, turning the film into a somewhat clinical narrative puzzle until all the cards are on the table.
January 19, 2014
Ace Norwegian scribe Eskil Vogt makes a sparkling directorial debut with an alternately tragic and playful tale of a blind authoress.