Now available on digital and VOD is the thriller, Blind.
Blind stars Sarah French, Jed Rowen, Tyler Gallant, Ben Kaplan, Caroline Williams and Thomas Haley, to name a few.
Faye (French), used to be a popular actress. Like most actors, Faye lives in her dream home up in the Hollywood Hills, with breathtaking views. I think he would be considered a dream home for most people – celebrity or not.
Sadly, Faye chooses to have laser eye surgery done. The surgery has rendered blind.
Now Faye has to adjust to being alone in her home, getting around and leading as much of a normal life as possible. As you can imagine, losing your sight is difficult, but Faye seems to have adjusted OK for the most part.
Faye joined a support group and was befriended by a woman name Sophia, who has been blind all her life. Sophia is an important person in Faye’s life because she’s helping Faye to adjust to her “new normal” in any way that she can.
Sophia also wants to play match-maker between Faye and a friend named Luke, Luke cannot speak, so he uses an app on his phone to “talk” for him.
Despite her set back (blindness), it looks like Faye might turn out OK.
Unbeknownst to Faye, she has become the object of desire of a creepy guy who wears a doll-like mask. He stalks Faye and watches her from both outside and inside her home.
Faye suspects something is not right, but she is having a hard time proving it.
Will the stalker get away with his unknown, evil intentions with Faye, or will she be able to fight back and survive, despite her blindness? To find out, you need to purchase or rent Blind. Look for it on digital and VOD.
Blind reminds me a lot like the film Hush, about a young, blind woman being stalked by an unknown person. The difference here is that Faye is high in the Hollywood Hills and not in a cabin in the middle of the woods.
This film was a bit predictable, but none the less, I still enjoyed watching it as the story unfolded.
Sarah French (Faye) did a great job portraying a blind woman. Kudos to her for pulling that off (I honestly don’t think I could).
I liked the creepy mask worn by the stalker. He reminds me of a psycho Ken doll. LOL! I think the mask is the “star” of this film, so to speak. If the stalker wore another kind of mask, he might not be as terrifying.
Below is the film’s trailer for your enjoyment. I was unable to find any social media accounts for the film.
*I received a free screener copy to review. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.