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That Cold Dead Look in Your Eyes
Tes Yeux Mourants

USA 2021
produced by
Onur Tukel, Jacob Karim, Franck Raharinosy (executive), Roger Kuo (executive), Alan Ceppos (executive), Brett Kincaid (executive), Philippe Pultar (executive), Vincent Herbert (executive), Lou D. Canakes II (executive)
directed by Onur Tukel
starring Franck Raharinosy, Alan Ceppos, Candice Jean-Jacques, Barbara Beddouk, Eric Fleising, Robert Walker Jeffery, Thbomas Miller, Ian Le Toullec, Henry Trueheart, Pascal Yen Pfister, Eva Dorrepaal, Chloé Perrier, Kenza Barrah, Arya Ghavamian, Emma Jean, Zaina Gohou, Michael Cavadias, Raphael Liot, Max Casella, Nora Arnezeder, Johnny Destra, Denisa Juhos, Philippe Habib, Neige Pointet, Aurelien Gaya, Andrew Shemin, Solene Moreau, Marine Assaiante, Victoire Mandonnaud, Waris Ahluwalia, Alyssa Cabrie, Monica Henry, Therese McGinn, Amy Guttman, Aurelian Gaya
written by Onur Tukel, music by Michael Montes

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Leonard (Franck Raharinosy) is quite possibly the worst chef in New York City, and that his boss Andy (Max Casella) hasn't booted him long ago is nothing short of a miracle. Leonard of course blames it all on the shit he's going through, after all his girlfriend has just broken up with him because he has been cheating on her, and has even attacked and wounded him with a knife. And yet, he's still living at her apartment as he's to picky to find the right apartment. The girlfriend's out of town though, but her father Dennis (Alan Ceppos) is in, a gay photographer, who brings in an endless string of male models to photograph in the nude and seems to get joy out of constantly clogging the toilet. But that's only the tip-off point of Leonard's issues, as of late he has the feeling that reality is warped, that things happen that are not supposed to, only to then have not happened at all, while things that are supposed to happen just fail to materialize. Also, random people, including Leonard, seem to turn into mindless killing machines every now and again - but also, maybe not. Those in the know blame this on Theta waves emmitted by the new-fangled Theta boxes that are supposed to speed up the internet - but who's to say that those in the know aren't hallucinations themselves, and Leonard isn't actually going insane ...


Now That Cold Dead Look in Your Eyes isn't a movie that's easy to follow, as while it bounces back and forward between arthouse, horror, science fiction, conspiracy thriller, and straight drama, with comedic elements thrown in, it also leaves most of its story open to interpretation, doesn't only refuse to give concrete answers but seems to be proud of it, too. And the result is actually a pretty fascinating puzzle, a film that only really comes together in its audience's heads - and if it doesn't make sense to everyone, or if different people get different things out of the movie, that seems to be perfectly ok - and that's really part of the film's attraction, actually.


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