Eye of The Beholder

Theatrical Release: January 28, 2000
Eye of The Beholder
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Synopsis

A murderous femme fatale romantically obsesses over an intelligence agent. Her advances move him to the point that he cannot bring himself to apprehend her, even though she is a crime suspect. Depressed and guilty for losing his wife and daughter years earlier, he has shut himself off emotionally from the rest of the world. Meanwhile, he begins to fixate on a serial killer he has recently been hired to follow. The film becomes surreal as our hero tries to protect this black widow from the police, even to the point of risking his own life. An unpredictable, darkly humored thriller, Eye of the Beholder makes a statement about how someone can become psychologically unsound by shutting himself off from society, and filling his existence with nothing but high tech gadgetry.

Dove Review

Content Description

Profanity and obscenity; strong and bloody violence; explicit sex scene; nudity; drugs, alcohol and smoking; the lead characters are morally ambiguous.

Info

Company: Destination Films
Director: Stephan Elliott
Genre: Suspense
Runtime: 107 min.
Industry Rating: R
Starring: Ewan McGregor, Ashley Judd, Patrick Bergin, K.D. Lang, Jason Priestley and Genevieve Bujold.