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‘All I See Is You’ Trailer: The Chance to See Unravels Blake Lively & Jason Clarke’s Marriage

Open Roads has released the first trailer for their upcoming drama thriller All I See Is You. The film is directed by Marc Forster (World War Z) and stars Blake Lively as a young blind woman (Blake Lively) whose relationship with her husband (Jason Clarke) is tested in more ways than one when she regains her sight through surgery.

I hadn’t heard of this film before today, but am now quite interested in seeing it. The film already comes out next month, which means there’s a good chance it’s flying under the radar. Marc Forster has been a hit and miss director for myself, with World War Z probably being my favorite of his. I really enjoy the cast, especially Blake Lively. She’s really come into her own as an actress since her days on television, which leaves me excited to not only take on a role such as this one, but play opposite such a talented actor like Jason Clarke.

One of the most interesting aspects of this film is the real-life relevance it has. Surgery these days are capable of doing such a thing as restoring eye sight, with many people falling in love and/or being in a relationship with someone without ever seeing their face. But what happens when they can see? Is everything seen differently? Does that person become someone new? While it may not be “true,” All I See Is You seems to have those very questions acting as its backbone.

Check out the first trailer below and after doing so, please let me know what you think in the comments. How do you like the cast? Did the trailer intrigue you? Why or why not? Forster’s All I See Is You will be released on October 27th and also stars Yvonne Strahovski and Danny Huston.

Blake Lively stars as Gina, a blind woman dependent on her husband, James (Jason Clarke), to navigate through her life and the streets of Bangkok, where they live. When Gina completes a surgery that restores her sight, the couple’s life and relationship change in a million little ways.

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