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SEE NO EVIL

title: SEE NO EVIL
year: 1971
cast: Mia Farrow
rating: **1/2

Terrific build-up has a blind woman, played wonderfully by Mia Farrow, being reintroduced to her childhood home, literally feeling out the location where her entire family will be murdered, bodies strewn here and there, and she doesn't even know it. The peak of Richard Fleischer's direction are the scenes in which Mia's in the dark, but when she realizes the situation and runs for her life, hunted by the mysterious, faceless, boot-clad killer across a not-so-barren landscape, it becomes a tediously exhausting chase leading to a bland, anti-climactic conclusion.
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