Vision Portraits

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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Jennie KermodeEye for Film
    [Vision Portraits] demolishes myths without bitterness and invites viewers to share a broader perspective on creative art. To put it simply, it will open your eyes. To put it simply, it will open your eyes.
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    Rendy JonesRendy Reviews
    For 75 minutes you're completely enthralled by these inspirational stories that boast nothing but hope, especially if you're someone that is visually impaired.
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    Nick SchagerVariety
    A film that nimbly balances the autobiographical and the experiential.
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    Glenn DunksThe Film Experience
    I was touched and at a time when the concept of "being seen" (pun very unintended) is a popular meme and artistic imperative... how special it is that those who experience life this way have a filmmaker who has been able to encapsulate that for them.
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    David LewisSan Francisco Chronicle
    There is not a whiff of self-pity or self-indulgence here, only a desire to tell a story from a viewpoint that rarely reaches the screen.
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    Joe MorgensternWall Street Journal
    An eye-opener.
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    Robert AbeleLos Angeles Times
    Evans has made a touchingly honest ode to the inner life of all artists.
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    Odie HendersonRogerEbert.com
    An inspiring film, a funny and informative feature whose subjects were creative kindred spirits I'd never seen onscreen before.
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    Ben KenigsbergNew York Times
    Despite its focus on as fluid and mysterious a subject as art, "Vision Portraits" addresses blindness in concrete, comprehensible terms.
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    Sophia StewartNonfics
    An extraordinary film and a desperately needed statement, one that gives a voice to the one in five Americans that live with a disability.
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