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This is a documentary about a marriage that went wrong, and it just so happens that the bride and groom are blind. Their blindness is secondary, almost incidental ot what hapens. It intensifies the relationship, and our perception of it, but it doesn't define it, For between the ringing confidence of the vows and the husband's increasingly desperate pleas for love and understanding we see a very familiar trajectory. This is about a disabled marriage much more than it's about disability.

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This is a documentary about a marriage that went wrong, and it just so happens that the bride and groom are blind. Their blindness is secondary, almost incidental ot what hapens. It intensifies the relationship, and our perception of it, but it doesn't define it, For between the ringing confidence of the vows and the husband's increasingly desperate pleas for love and understanding we see a very familiar trajectory. This is about a disabled marriage much more than it's about disability." ".....the director has a special need. denis piel a highly successful photographer whose fashion spreads and celebrity portraits for glossy magazines have earned him a considerable international reputation. He's also directed many stylish commercials for cosmetic products and fashion houses,. He lives in a world where everything is visual, elegant and excruciatingly sophisticated. Like many fashion photographers, he seems to be trying to expiate guilts by having another life, by walking away from the values of his profession. Thus Richard Avedon seeks out subject in mental asylums, just as Lord Snowdon would film derelicts in London's doss houses. Antonioni commented on the phenomenon in " BLow Up" where his central character, a fictitous version of a David Bailey, was drawn to grim and guant subjects as far away from gloss and glamour as he could go. But few have traveled as far as piel. By dealing with blindness, he has entirely turned his back on the world of visual experience. In his muted colours, with his static camera, in his disinclination to use the editing tricks of the fashion commercial, piel denies everything he has learnt, everything that is instinctive to this profession....... That a fashion photographer should seek some sort of redemption in the story of a blind couple isn't surprising. What is surprising is that he has learned a new craft so quickly, that he has learnt so quickly to tell a story in a way that's antithetical to what he does for a living. Every temptation to show off, and most opportunities to make editorial comment, are denied. piel's discipline throughout is exemplary, and the minimalism of his approach makes the story all but unedurable. This is a film that you don't like watching. It's a film that you wish was over. At the same time, it's a film that you can neither excape nor forget" Philip Adams 1994. The Australian --the Australian

Euro fashion photographer Denis Piel makes a self-effacingly austere jump to feature with this documentary about a young couple's first year of marriage. Films sports a sometimes painful intimacy, as subjects let camera follow them right into the bedroom..... Dennis Harvey Variety --Dennis Harvey,Variety 1995

Love is Blind a beautiful and knowing portrait of love between a couple who cannot see with their eyes but can feel with their hearts. The film goes beyond the glamorous to explore the roles of sight, sound and sensation in the relationship. From their wedding day through the first year of marriage, we follow their special and poignant journey of intimacy 1994 April 1995 UC theatre --1994 April 1995 UC theatre

Euro fashion photographer Denis Piel makes a self-effacingly austere jump to feature with this documentary about a young couple's first year of marriage. Films sports a sometimes painful intimacy, as subjects let camera follow them right into the bedroom..... Dennis Harvey Variety --Dennis Harvey,Variety 1995

Love is Blind a beautiful and knowing portrait of love between a couple who cannot see with their eyes but can feel with their hearts. The film goes beyond the glamorous to explore the roles of sight, sound and sensation in the relationship. From their wedding day through the first year of marriage, we follow their special and poignant journey of intimacy 1994 April 1995 UC theatre --1994 April 1995 UC theatre

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