Sofia (Wendy Rosas) is gradually losing her eyesight, and that,
probably combined with her pregnancy, makes her at times see things that
aren't there - and it's mostly she being attacked and followed. Her doctor
(Michael Pitthan) tells her this is actually a natural reaction as her
eyes just try to fill in the blanksof what she's no longer seeing. But
it's all illusions that can't hurt her or the baby. But over the next few
weeks, Sofia's condition is only decreasing, to a point where her doctor
gets really worried about her - but at the point where he wants to
physically intervene, she can't tell the difference between reality and
illusion anymore - with fatal consequences ...
A very smart
little thriller that manages to deceive it's audience without actually
doing so, just by showing the finale at both the beginning and the end
from two opposing perspectives, with the story inbetween giving hints that
might point to one thing as well as the other. This is all made possible
by clever writing, a powerful directorial effort, and strong performances.
And it's definitely worth a look!