Unseen follows a blind person who must trust a stranger to guide her via her camera. Here’s the trailer for the film and a bit more info.
In 2021, Netflix released See For Me, a film in which a blind person must trust a stranger to guide her though her house after intruders break in. Two years later, we now have Unseen – a film in which a blind person must trust a stranger to guide her after escaping from her violent boyfriend.
The official synopsis for the film reads as follows…
Two women form an unlikely connection when a depressed gas station clerk Sam receives a call from Emily, a visually impaired woman who is running from her murderous ex in the woods and has lost her glasses. Emily must survive the ordeal with Sam being her eyes from afar using video call.
Jolene Purdy plays Sam opposite Midori Francis as Emily. Missi Pyle, and Michael Patrick Lane also feature.
Yoko Okumura directs from a screenplay by Salvatore Cardoni & Brian Rawlins, produced under the Blumhouse banner for Paramount.
Unseen is set to be released direct to streaming on the 7th March.
Watch the trailer below…
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