Take My Eyes

2003, Drama, 1h 46m

33 Reviews 5,000+ Ratings

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Graced with effective performances, Take My Eyes compellingly explores the subject of domestic abuse while avoiding simplistic characterizations. Read critic reviews

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One winter night, a woman named Pilar (Laia Marull) can no longer tolerate her abusive husband, Antonio (Luis Tosar), and she leaves home, taking only a few possessions and her son, Juan (Nicolás Fernández Luna). Seeking solace, Pilar moves into her sister's apartment. However, Juan longs to return to life with his father. But, despite Antonio's promises to seek therapy, Pilar is unsure if her husband is reformed and how to best keep her family together.

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