THE WAY HE LOOKS (Hoje Eu Quero Voltar Sozinho), which turns out to be Brazil's entry into the 2014 Oscar sweepstakes. Written and directed by Daniel Ribeiro (shown below), from an earlier short film he made back in 2010, the film is an easy watch as it probes lightly but effectively into high school, the blind, and the lovelorn.
There's a lid for every pot" philosophy. And as long as you don't object too strenuously to this sort of thing, The Way He Looks should give you a very good time.
Tess Amorim, below), and the two talk about kisses and love and what the future might possibly hold for them. Life rolls along pleasantly enough (except for those stupid school bullies), and Leo is even considering trying an foreign exchange program for the non-sighted) when...
Strand Releasing and running just 93 minutes, opens today, Friday, November 7, in New York City (at the Village East Cinema, in Los Angeles (at the Sundance Sunset Cinemas) and in several other cities across the country. It will expand to further cities in the weeks to come.