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An unhinged scientist goes to gruesome lengths to repair the mutilated face of his beloved daughter in Georges Franju's hauntingly poetic horror masterpiece.
"One of the most poetic horror films in the history of cinema" (Evening Standard). An unhinged scientist (Pierre Brasseur) kidnaps women and grafts their faces onto the mutilated visage of his beloved daughter. (Warning: not for the squeamish.) Acclaimed for its surrealistic imagery — Edith Scob, her face an immobile mask, wanders into the night surrounded by dogs and doves — Eyes Without a Face will haunt your dreams. "Franju and master cinematographer Eugan Schüfftan can create the kind of single image that reminds you just why the cinema is the major art form of the twentieth century... A milestone. Haunting poetry and delectable horror in Franju's spellbinding masterpiece. Don't miss it" (Time Out London).