The Orphanage) stars in another Guillermo del Toro produced film, directed by Guillem Morales (The Uncertain Guest). Julia, a woman suffering from a degenerative eye disease, finds her blind twin sister Sara hanged in the basement of her house. Julia decides to investigate what she feels is a murder case, entering a dark world that seems to hide a mysterious presence. As Julia begins to uncover the terrifying truth about her sister’s death, her sight deteriorates further, until a series of unexplained deaths and disappearances cross her path. Anything del Toro touches is worth watching and this looks super creepy. Julia’s Eyes will play as a Special Presentation at the Toronto International Film Festival.
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