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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.

Image from Eyes Without a Face

France-Italy 1959
Dir Georges Franju
With Pierre Brasseur, Edith Scob, Alida Valli
90min
Digital
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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