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The Eyes of My Mother (2016)
Any fans of this strange, haunting, frightening film? I reviewed it right here - even though I haven't seen it in two and a half years I can still conjure up some of its terrifying images at a moment's haste and a shudder runs down my spine. (Especially its opening scenes, which left me shook.) The film's director Nicholas Pesce - who is celebrating a birthday today, holla - has a new film that's just hit streaming called Piercing that stars Mia Wasikowska and Christopher Abbott that I've been wanting to see; I heard mixed things (for one it got dragged for casting white actors in an adaptation of a Murakami book about Japanese people) but the talent is good enough I feel the need to decide for myself. Have any of you watched it yet?