Being a huge fan of Guillermo del Toro’s work, I’m always on the hunt for his projects.
His upcoming producer work comes to us in the form of Julia’s Eyes, a story the bring back together many of the people who worked on the Orphanage.
The film stars Belén Rueda and Lluis Homar, and is being directed by Guillem Morales. It is set to be shown as a special presentation at this year’s TIFF (Toronto Film Festival).
Here’s the synopsis:
Julia, a woman suffering from a degenerative eye disease, finds her blind twin sister Sara hanged in the basement of her house. Julia decides to investigate what she feels is a murder case, entering a dark world that seems to hide a mysterious presence. As Julia begins to uncover the terrifying truth about her sister’s death, her sight deteriorates further, until a series of unexplained deaths and disappearances cross her path.
I really like Guillermo’s style of film, and like every other one before it, this is sure to be an interesting hit.