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Blindness

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When an epidemic of a disease known as the 'white sickness' appears in her city, the wife (Julianne Moore) of a doctor is one of the few individuals left who still has sight. She then keeps her sight a secret and leads seven strangers out of quarantine and onto the ravaged streets of the city.
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CRITICS OF "Blindness"
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The New Republic
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October 03, 2008

Blindness is a glum, ugly film, and pretentious in the bargain. But, perhaps least excusable, it is a fundamentally ill-conceived film, the visual depiction of a world without sight.
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What Culture
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March 24, 2011

Give this one a go guys, you'll see the world anew.
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BET.com
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July 03, 2009

Blindness is a film that is trying to come off as organic and artsy, but feels too contrived.
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Washington Times
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August 30, 2009

Like the film's thematic elements, the camera trickery comes off as unnecessarily pretentious, the sort of thing film students applaud while mainstream audiences yawn.
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BrianOrndorf.com
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June 02, 2010

The picture is elongated to a punishing two hours of suffering, infuriatingly slavish screenwriting, and a director who should be gifted the miracle of a tripod this upcoming holiday season.
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Christian Science Monitor
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October 06, 2008

Set in a nameless English-speaking city where people are suddenly stricken with sightlessness, it's an allegory that never rises to the level of believability.
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Time Out
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November 21, 2008

Sadly, 'Blindness' may realise its director's worst fear: to produce not only an exploitation B-movie but one, paradoxically, spoiled by its own integrity and misplaced 'artistic' mise-en-scène and intentions.
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Times-Picayune

August 14, 2009

It's hard to explain all the vitriol aimed at Meirelles' film, which is a beautifully shot picture that is as haunting and profound as it is thought-provoking.
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Los Angeles Times
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October 18, 2008

Stilted, claustrophobic and more stylish than substantial.
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Moviedex

August 01, 2009

Takes the post-apocalyptic themes of Children of Men and blends it with the jaded morality of Lord of the Flies to questionable success
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I.E. Weekly
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October 06, 2008

It's the rare movie that dissects the blackness of the soul; rarer still are ones that manage to find the darkness beautiful.
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Chicago Reader
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December 17, 2008

I have to admire a mainstream movie that's so overwhelmingly bleak, but that's the only real distinction of this dystopian sci-fi drama.
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