The Invisible Eye (La Mirada Invisible)
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The Invisible Eye (La Mirada Invisible)
Writer/director Diego Lerman teams with screenwriter Maria Meira to adapt Martín Kohan's allegorical novel about María Teresa (Julieta Zylberberg), a teaching assistant at a private Buenos Aires school who begins obsessively spying on her students in the early 1980s, as the public rises up against the military dictatorship.

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Zylberberg's performance, achieved mainly through the tension of offering a largely impassive face in a highly dramatic film with scant dialogue, is outstanding."
‑ Kate Taylor, Globe and Mail
"If this film is remembered at all, it will be for Zylberberg's exceptional character study."
‑ Greg Quill, Toronto Star
"A study of one woman's psychological deterioration in the shadow of Argentina's dictatorial government circa 1982, The Invisible Eye is an allegorical drama anchored by a strong performance by Julieta Zylberber."
‑ Norman Wilner, NOW Toronto
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