The Blindde Film Review

The Blindde Film Review

“Blindde” is an award winning drama directed by Tom Hofrom the minds of Oscar-winning director Morten Tyldum and actress Ellen WIlliams. When a Danish backpacker stumbles into a remote farm house owned by a blind old farmer, a passionate love affair between an escaped convicts and a dangerous man with the power to crush his enemies’ souls takes place. The Blindde film utilizes advanced special effects to depict life-or-death situations, but also has a light-hearted sense of humor throughout.

The Blindde star Alexander Boissevic has a surprisingly large presence in the mainstream media, despite not being a major name in the acting industry. The Blindde Film itself is small in scale, but its strong story and realistic depiction of a Denmark without walls could very well make this an sleeper hit at the 2021 Academy Awards. Boissevic’s work, which includes the films “Rebecca” and “A Woman In Paris”, is definitely more on the serious side, but with a touch of comedy, which he brings to “The Blindde”. There are scenes of darkness and foreboding, and even the most pessimistic of viewers will have moments of levity when “The Blindde” plays.

The Blindde stars as Martin, a escaped convict who stumbles into a farmhouse and immediately begins to fall in love with the farmer’s daughter, Thoresen. However, Martin’s good intentions come back to haunt him when he tries to free a small boy from a metal tower, only to have the boy brutally beaten and killed. Luckily, Martin is saved by a warrior ( Daniel Craig), who then vows to help Martin save the girl, Nils. Soon, Martin meets Nils’ brother Odd, who has been training in the martial arts.

The Blindde Film follows the story through the eyes of Odd. Unlike some films where there’s only a supporting character for the lead role, in this film we get to know a little bit about each of the major characters, as well. The Blindde also uses music very well, from the first chords of the main theme to the outbursts of emotion from the characters as they interact with one another. All of this combines to make what could be a very boring movie into something that actually makes you want to watch.

There is no doubt that The Blindde has an interesting plot. However, many critics have commented that the movie drags on way to long, especially towards the end. This may be because the ending is not as surprising or exciting as some of the events that take place throughout the film. However, if you have already seen the movie, you should have no problem waiting for the conclusion because it will be completely unexpected.

It is also worth noting that The Blindde is far from your run-of-the-mill prison film. Most people will expect the films that star Mickey Mouse or other Disney characters, but “The Blindde” is far from this. If you enjoy films that have strong moral messages, then this is definitely a film for you. As long as you are willing to give the story a watch, you will most likely find The Blindde to be a pleasant and enlightening watch.

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