A tense psychological thriller, Julia's Eyes is another example why the Spanish have become the kings of quality horror cinema.
ATemporaryDistraction.com: "Slapping an “[Insert Beloved Director Here] Presents” banner on a movie is usually a sure-fire route to disappointment, saddling a small film with lofty expectations that it will surely fail to live up to. But like The Orphanage (also presented/produced by Pan’s Labyrinth director Guillermo Del Toro), Julia’s Eyes somehow manages to stand proudly in the formidable shadow of its Spanish uncle, solidifying the country’s chilling grip on modern horror and let down only by an unwieldy running time and a few too many twists."
With the recent, apparent, suicide of her twin sister, Julia is determined to discover the truth behind her blind sibling’s death. Isaac, Julia’s husband, has trouble coming to terms with a possible murder case and tries to restrict the determination of Julia. With Julia’s eye sight becoming increasingly impaired, she must race against time to unravel the interesting evidence and start to see what really transpired.