In Your Eyes
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Written and executive produced by Joss Whedon, In Your Eyes is a romance with a supernatural twist. Rebecca (Zoe Kazan), a lonely housewife in New Hampshire, suddenly discovers that she shares a strange connection with Dylan (Michael Stahl-David), a struggling ex-con in New Mexico…they can see through one another's eyes and experience sensations felt by the other. Though they've never met, the two share a unique, unparalleled intimacy by being in each other's heads and begin a long-distance relationship unlike any other. Filled with Whedon's signature humor and quirk, the film is an original story of opposites attracting that sacrifices neither its sci-fi nor romantic sensibilities.
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This was surprisingly touching! I thought it would take a while to get over the impossibility of their connection and/or them actually being together but it wasn't long before I was sucked in and wanting to know what happens next.
There are a few loose ends that could be tied up but this is true for any story. It leaves you wanting more which is the point!
On the downside, the husband's character could have been filled out a little more, we don't get to know much about him and for the storyline it seems important to dislike him.
On a side note, this must have been so weird to act! I'd be interested how they got their chemistry to come through when they're never together lol.
I'm not a great writer nor a professional film critic. However, I will say this about IN YOUR EYES: I found this film streaming on the net, watched it, then rewatched it, and watched it yet again. In fact, I liked it so much, I've rewatched it several times and have recommended it to family and friends. And, as a precaution against losing streaming access to it, I also purchased a digital copy of it here, from Amazon. Thank you, Amazon.com!
The relationship and story felt very real despite the "brain-link". The movie was funny, but not overly so, and it was sweet, but there were still complications (obvious and otherwise) that were addressed with the relationship of the two leads. I HIGHLY recommend this movie, and since it's both on intantplay on netflix as well as one of the cheapest rentals on Amazon, it seems like a good Sunday night pick.