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Big screen classics

Eyes Without a Face

Les Yeux sans visage

Franju’s classic combines horror and cruelty as a guilt-ridden doctor seeks flesh for his daughter’s ruined face.

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France-Italy 1959
Dir Georges Franju
With Pierre Brasseur, Edith Scob, Alida Valli
English subtitles
Certificate 15

Love, oppression, madness and murder are the components of Franju’s horror classic, in which a doctor, guilt-ridden for ruining his daughter’s face in a car crash, repeatedly attempts to repair the damage with skin grafts. Gruesome cruelty mixes with tender lyricism to create a memorably magical fable, while Scob, Brasseur and Valli are all terrific.

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