Cert: 18 Year: 2014 Length: 91 mins Language: Norwegian
Score: 58.47% Attendance: 76
"It's not important what's real as long as I can visualize it," notes the narrator heroine early on in Blind, aptly setting the stage for a lithe, quicksilver portrait of a woman whose loss of sight only serves to sharpen her creative imagination. Blindness is a difficult affliction to understand. By simply closing your eyes and walking around, you might comprehend the act of not being able to see, but you would probably be unable to grasp the loneliness and isolation that occurs when the world is permanently cast into darkness. Eskil Vogt, whose debut feature this is, has provided viewers with a thorough exploration of Ingrid (played by Ellen Dorrit Petersen)and the ailment that confines her to her apartment. His character study is immensely thoughtful, and it allows the viewer to immerse oneself in Ingrid’s version of reality.
Thanks to Axiom
Petersen, a classic Nordic beauty with alabaster cheekbones and narrow, piercing eyes, is brilliant at showing how Ingrid's blindness affects every inch of her being - how she moves, writes, dreams, and how she feels about herself as a woman.
Find A Film
Search over 1050 films in the Keswick Film Club archive.
Keswick Film Club has won the following British
Federation of Film Societies awards:
Best Website 2008
Best Website 2007
Film Society of The Year 2006
Best Programme 2005
Best Programme 2004
Best Programme 2002
Best Programme 2001
Best New Film Society 2000
plus 7 Distinctions and 4 Commendations
See All Awards
Links Explore the internet with Keswick Film Club