Blind ★★★★

A writer, who (cue the cinephile's nightmare) has recently gone blind, secludes herself in her apartment and let's her imagination run wild. First-time director Eskil Vogt (writer of Oslo, August 31) evokes both Kieslowski and Kaufman to build that empathy machine without ever letting us trust what we see. What is there is prurient, poignant, and priceless.

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