The Eyes of Laura Mars (Blu-ray)
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Blu-ray Disc Features:
- Rated: R
- Run Time: 1 hours, 44 minutes
- Video: Color
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Released: May 14, 2019
- Originally Released: 1978
- Label: Mill Creek Ent
- Note: Audio commentary by director Irvin Kershner
- Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 1.85
- DTS HD Master Audio
- Subtitles - English
Performers, Cast and Crew:
|Starring||Faye Dunaway & Tommy Lee Jones|
|Performer:||Bill Boggs, Frank Adonis, Rose Gregorio, Darlanne Fluegel, Raul Julia, Brad Dourif & Rene Auberjonois|
|Directed by||Irvin Kershner|
|Edited by||Michael Kahn|
|Screenwriting by||David Zelag Goodman & John Carpenter|
|Composition by||Artie Kane|
|Produced by||Jon Peters|
|Director of Photography:||Victor J. Kemper|
...It's the cleverness of EYES OF LAURA MARS that counts, cleverness that manifests itself in superlative casting, drily controlled direction from Irvin Kershner and specatcular settings that turn New York into the kind of eerie, lavish dreamland that could exist only in the idle noodlings of the very, very hip...
New York Times
In any case, high-minded artistic fluttering - the kind Diane Keaton attempts in "Interiors" - comes so naturally to Miss Dunaway that Tommy Lee Jones, as a down-to-earth, soothing cop, is not just a good foil but an indispensable one. Full Review
New York Times
...Satisfying and engaging....EYES OF LAURA MARS is a very stylish thriller...
Especially well handled are the screen realizations of Dunaway's premonitions. They look like a blurred videotape, as she explains to Jones at one point, a conception which works well on screen. Full Review
Rating: 2/5 -- Vogueish tripe.
Daily Telegraph (UK)
Rating: 2/5 -- Parts of the film are nasty enough to grip the audience, but a large portion is muddled and sometimes laughably pretentious. Full Review
A shallow, chic confusion of eyes, camera lenses, and saleable images of violence of the sort it now purports to question as an 'issue'. Full Review
In Irvin Kershner's thriller, Faye Dunaway plays a fashion photographer who starts to "see" murders through her camera lens and gradually realizes she's being stalked by a killer. Tommy Lee Jones is the detective trying to figure the who and why. John Carpenter co-wrote this fairly suspenseful thriller with a couple of tricky twists.
- Shot in TVC Color.
- Love Theme from "The Eyes of Laura Mars (Prisoner)" composed by Karen Lawrence and John DeSautels, sung by Barbra Streisand.
- Gallery photographs by Helmut Newton and Rebecca Blake was the special photography consultant.