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More chilling pain from Spain; MOVIES.

Byline: DAVID EDWARDS

JULIA'S EYES

Cert 15, 117mins

*****

Some of the best chillers of recent years have come not from the US but from Spain. Think [Rec], Pan's Labyrinth and The Orphanage. And, things just got a whole lot spookier with this, ahem, absolute blinder of a psychological horror.

Julia (Beln Rueda) is a woman who, me not from the US n. Think [Rec], Pan's ethings ot s, ahem, of a ror. eda) is although slowly losing her sight, resolves to investigate the alleged suicide of her blind sister, despite the growing concerns of her loyal husband.

Set in the country's rain-lashed north, it's not just the rich atmosphere that makes it a must-see, but some brilliantly unexpected twists and turns in Julia's investigation.

it its not just the that makes some brillia twists and investigati A master A masterclass in tension.

THE IF YO Orp YO THE REEL LOWDOWN IF YOU LIKED... The Orphanage, [Rec]... YOU'LL LIKE THIS.

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GOING BLIND: Beln Rueda with Llus Homar
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:May 20, 2011
Words:168
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