Blind

Blind

DVD - 2017
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Five years after best-selling novelist Bill Oakland loses both his wife and his sight in a terrible car crash, socialite Suzanne Dutchman is forced to read to Bill in an intimate room as a plea bargain for being associated with her husband's insider trading. As their sessions evolve, a passionate affair ensues, forcing them both to question whether it's ever too late to find true love.

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breemu
Mar 14, 2018

Why was she sentenced to do community service when there hadn't even been a trial yet (let alone a conviction) for any crime her husband was alleged of doing??

In spite of that big weird flaw, I enjoyed seeing Demi Moore in a film again. Her classic looks/aquiline nose worked well in the role of pampered wife of a powerful, wealthy man, she carried herself beautifully in spite of the ridiculously ugly wardrobe she was almost constantly swathed in (although I did like a couple of the coats) and her slightly husky voice would have had me head-over-heels too had I been the blind recipient of her reading.

On the other hand, stubby fingered, puffy faced, crusty eyed, loud mouthed, rude (and significantly poorer) Alec Baldwin as the focus of her burgeoning love was too much of a reach for me. But, it was pleasant to see two older lovers of roughly the same age in a Hollywood film - roles for an older man's lover are almost always given to someone half his age - so there is that.

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