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    When an epidemic of a disease known as the 'white sickness' appears in her city, the wife (Julianne Moore) of a doctor is one of the few individuals left who still has sight. She then keeps her sight a secret and leads seven strangers out of quarantine and onto the ravaged streets of the city.
    Duration: 121 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2008
    IMDb: 6.6
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  • Actors of "Blindness"

  • Characters of "Blindness"

    First Blind Man. Character of Blindness
    Played by: Yûsuke Iseya
    Man with Black Eye Patch. Character of Blindness
    Played by: Danny Glover
    Doctor. Character of Blindness
    Played by: Mark Ruffalo
    Doctor's Wife. Character of Blindness
    Played by: Julianne Moore
    King of Ward Three. Character of Blindness
    Ambulance Attendant. Character of Blindness
    Played by: João Velho
  • Directors of "Blindness"

    Fernando Meirelles. Director of Blindness
    Fernando Meirelles
    Birthdate: 9 November 1955, São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
  • Creators of "Blindness"

    José Saramago. Director of Blindness
    José Saramago
    Birthdate: 16 November 1922, Azinhaga, Golega, Portugal
    Don McKellar. Director of Blindness
    Don McKellar
    Birthdate: 17 August 1963, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Critic Reviews of "Blindness"

    Chicago Reader
    December 17, 2008

    I have to admire a mainstream movie that's so overwhelmingly bleak, but that's the only real distinction of this dystopian sci-fi drama.

    Time Out
    November 21, 2008

    Sadly, 'Blindness' may realise its director's worst fear: to produce not only an exploitation B-movie but one, paradoxically, spoiled by its own integrity and misplaced 'artistic' mise-en-scène and intentions.

    Los Angeles Times
    October 18, 2008

    Stilted, claustrophobic and more stylish than substantial.

    I.E. Weekly
    October 06, 2008

    It's the rare movie that dissects the blackness of the soul; rarer still are ones that manage to find the darkness beautiful.

    Christian Science Monitor
    October 06, 2008

    Set in a nameless English-speaking city where people are suddenly stricken with sightlessness, it's an allegory that never rises to the level of believability.

    The New Republic
    October 03, 2008

    Blindness is a glum, ugly film, and pretentious in the bargain. But, perhaps least excusable, it is a fundamentally ill-conceived film, the visual depiction of a world without sight.

    What Culture
    March 24, 2011

    Give this one a go guys, you'll see the world anew.
    June 02, 2010

    The picture is elongated to a punishing two hours of suffering, infuriatingly slavish screenwriting, and a director who should be gifted the miracle of a tripod this upcoming holiday season.

    Washington Times
    August 30, 2009

    Like the film's thematic elements, the camera trickery comes off as unnecessarily pretentious, the sort of thing film students applaud while mainstream audiences yawn.

    August 14, 2009

    It's hard to explain all the vitriol aimed at Meirelles' film, which is a beautifully shot picture that is as haunting and profound as it is thought-provoking.

    August 01, 2009

    Takes the post-apocalyptic themes of Children of Men and blends it with the jaded morality of Lord of the Flies to questionable success
    July 03, 2009

    Blindness is a film that is trying to come off as organic and artsy, but feels too contrived.

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