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The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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In the tradition of "The Twilight Zone", Colour Blind tells the story of Milo, a young man who works shifts at his father's convenience store while studying to become a doctor. Late one night two drunken guys stumble in, spot Milo alone, and decide to stir up trouble. This leads to horrific consequences for Milo who is rushed to hospital as the unwitting victim of a prank gone wrong. Milo gets admitted to a ward with strange goings on, and soon uncovers a conspiracy involving disappearing patients he is helpless to stop. But when the bandages come off, Milo realizes his injuries have given him the ability to literally see the good and evil in the people around him. Now it's a race against time to get out alive.