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When Linda tries to escape her abusive relationship, she discovers unexpected resources that she could never have imagined... Professional illustrator Linda Raines has been feeling off kilter since her break-up. Her ex-boyfriend Michael, a respected psychotherapist and author, has just been cleared of accusations of murdering his ex-wife, leaving Linda unsure of what to believe. As she is recovering she begins to hear voices and experience visions, only furthering her anxiety and confusion. Her boss Paul urges her to escape the city and stay at his secluded vacation house while she recovers. Once there Linda's struggle with reality intensifies, and the intensity of her visions force her to question everything she sees and hears. Yet one voice is so real that it's becoming too loud to ignore... Linda is losing her grip. If she can not learn to trust her Night Eyes, her past may catch up and destroy her mind, body, and spirit.Written by
Went to the premiere of Night Eyes in Hilversum. It is the story of Linda who drives home, and when she is there she finds her own car on the driveway. I found the beginning of the movie a little slow, but the tension is there from the beginning. Very well acted! That makes it a movie that grabs you from the start. Not everything is clear from the beginning - like why Linda has to drive that long to a house somewhere... But if you have read the book (Jack Lance Nachtogen)you'll get even that. You can cut the tension, it is very good acted. The characters get enough depth. It is unbelievable that this film is made with such a low budget (100.000)and just a few actors. If found it nail-biting good!
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