The Uninvited Guest (El habitante incierto)-- was also a stunner (my original review for GreenCine is here.) That film was unconventional by any standard, and yet it worked. Julia's Eyes apears to be quite conventional, and while its filmmaker embraces the conventions, he also uses them in some truly marvelous and unusual ways. You know the scene where someone is chased down a long dark hall in which the lights keep going out, one by one? In Morales version, those lights keep going on -- because discerning identity is what's most important here.
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