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All I See Is You

All I See Is You (2017)

August. 10,2017
| Thriller Mystery

A blind woman's relationship with her husband changes when she regains her sight and discovers disturbing details about themselves.


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Great Film overall

Abbigail Bush

what a terribly boring film. I'm sorry but this is absolutely not deserving of best picture and will be forgotten quickly. Entertaining and engaging cinema? No. Nothing performances with flat faces and mistaking silence for subtlety.

Nayan Gough

A great movie, one of the best of this year. There was a bit of confusion at one point in the plot, but nothing serious.

Lachlan Coulson

This is a gorgeous movie made by a gorgeous spirit.


I went into this film blind (pun intended) not really knowing much about it at all, but needing something 'romantic' from Netlix for a Saturday afternoon. Blake Lively is always interesting to me whether in engaging dramas like Age of Adeline or in engaging nonsense such as The Shallows. It's immediately interesting and the opening images arresting: a kaleidoscope of bodies, a couple in the throes of passion, silken sheets and milky skies - beautifully blended. The images make sense when we discover that Lively's character Gina, is blind - was blinded in a car accident that killed her parents. Her husband, James, dotes on her, caters for her every need, spoils her - he seems quietly, perhaps subconsciously grateful for the position of power their situation puts him in. The first 30 minutes knits together the confusion and frustration of Gina's everyday life perfectly sometimes taking us behind her eyes to experience the lights and the shapes that Gina can almost see as we follow her to the pool, teaching guitar, and to the doctors where she is told that a transplant is possible. The mood shifts dramatically when Gina regains partial sight. She gets a new lease of life. She soaks everything in. She wants to experience everything she's been missing. Gina is ecstatic in her new found sense - on a trip to Spain to visit her sister, she begins to shrug off the old Gina and starts to transform, sexing up her wardrobe, starting to wear makeup, almost purposefully seeking out moments to excite and arouse her. James starts to think that he won't be enough for her and indeed the things she took for granted are not what she expected and not necessarily what she wants.Whilst what follows is definitely psychological, and in part thrilling, this is very much a study of a relationship on the precipice and the extremes we'll go to when cornered or desperate. Gina realises that life has options, and James will do anything he can to try and limit them, to salvage what they have. I found this film incredibly satisfying. I found the union of Gina and James, the transition to a new way of living, Gina's effervescence for her new life and James's acute anxiety that he is about to lose everything really believable. There's a real tension and it's all played beautifully and naturally. There's a moment (a millisecond) near the end where it veers towards melodrama, and even though not the romantic comedy I was looking for, was a film I'm definitely glad I've seen.


Maybe the reviews here reflect people's personal experiences and how they related to the story. I liked it for the most part. I'm actually surprised about people feeling the female lead was a cruel bXXX. I can only imagine regaining eyesight would dramatically alter someone's perception and have inevitable ripple effects on everyone and everything in their life. And sadly, yes, a lot of guys get very upset when they feel like they aren't in control of their partners, the people they work with etc. etc. and may not behave very well, what more needs to be said?


You see...it looks like a promising movie. She can't see...then she can. When it looks like something really thrilling is to happen...it doesn't. You stay like waiting for it to make sense, it never does. Nothing really worthy. The story seems to be left in a very dull moment which stays on and nothing really unfolds. You leave the movie theater with some question marks...how can someone transform a promising plot in a very dull and nonsense? Idk! Maybe I am too demanding these days when it seems that movies are sometimes produced to be a failure.


I was looking forward to watching this film, the trailer looked OK. I like Blake Lively and I thought this movie would be quite interesting to watch. I can't say Im fully disappointed, I was expecting a plot that revolved around silent emotional abuse and that is exactly what you end up getting in this movie. The acting was alright. The first half was in my opinion pretty bad and the movie did improve towards the end. I just found the duration span of this movie quite long and the plot surely seems to drag on for eternity. The ending for me was the worst of all it's what broke the camel's back. I just didn't buy it, it seemed rushed and abrupt. This movie deals with some pretty dark themes but it tries to lighten up the mood a bit, the emotional abuse is very subtle and aside from a few outbreaks and lashing outs it was hardly evident. Co-dependency is a very serious mental issue and I thought the plot at least made how unhealthy that is obvious enough. What I didn't like was the way the characters dealt with each other, how they interacted and how the story ended.I don't have to tell you not to watch this, because apparently this movie costed 30 Million USD to make but its revenue from the box office was 217,644 USD. The release date got pushed back twice as well, until it was finally released in October of 2017. I can see this movie wasn't popular enough from the get go, however in case you're thinking of watching this save yourself the trouble.