Eyes to See

DVD Release: August 31, 2012
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Synopsis

Eyes to See follows the story of Ray, a jaded news cameraman covering the earthquake in Haiti who must choose between doing his job and helping the victims he encounters. When he is trapped with a Haitian woman during an aftershock, he finds his own life hanging in the balance. Blinded and humbled, he joins forces with her in a desperate fight for survival.

Dove Review

This is a powerful DVD which focuses on the catastrophe and heartache of an earthquake in Haiti. A cameraman and a boy’s mom are brought together when they both lie injured in a building but keep faith alive for rescue. Due to a few intense images such as a woman holding her dead child and the tears and suffering we view in a few scenes, we are recommending the DVD for Dove Approval for ages twelve plus.

We are more than pleased to award our Dove Seal to this DVD and to award it five Doves, our highest rating. It will move the viewer and remind all watchers that life is a gift to be cherished moment by moment.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Fires are seen following earthquake; screams are heard; a woman carries her dead child in her arms; blood is seen on a woman's lips; a man is injured following another tremor; injured man's leg is broken; a husband and wife disagree and there is tension between them.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: A man tells a woman that no joy can come from suffering but she maintains her faith; a boy's mother passes away and he cries for her and tries to use CPR on her.

Info

Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Writer: David de Vos
Director: David de Vos
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 32 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Matthew Marsden (Rambo, Transformers), Garcelle Beauvais (N.Y.P.D. Blue, Franklin & Bash), Joelle Carter (Justified), Curtis Harris (Fringe)
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter