Eye Of The Beholder


(out of 5)

Incomprehensible thriller that has stylish moments but for the most part is just too silly for words. is terrific as a psychopathic killer who is being stalked by an obsessed . First he wants to catch her, but soon finds himself falling in love with her and tries as much as he can to protect her. The studios were so embarrassed about this film that they tried to let it go unreleased, but following the box office success of Star Wars for McGregor and Double Jeopardy it seemed a good idea to put it out in theatres and hope for the best (the film took number one in its first week but quickly dwindled after that).  is excellent in a supporting role.

Ambridge Film Partnership, Behaviour Worldwide, Eye of the Beholder Ltd., Filmline International, Hit & Run Productions, Mel’s Cite du Cinema, Village Roadshow Pictures

Canada/United Kingdom/Australia, 1999

Directed by

Screenplay by Stephan Elliott, based on the novel by

Cinematography by

Produced by

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by

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