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Thumbnail for Open Your Eyes (1997) Open Your Eyes (1997)

Basic Info Rusty's rating: 76
Category: Drama, Mystery/Noir/Thriller, Sci-Fi/FantasyNotable as: Science FictionSub-Category: thriller film, science fiction film, drama filmMain subject: telepresenceRuntime: 114 - 117 minutesColor: colorLanguage: SpanishCountry: France, Spain, ItalyFilming location: MadridDirector: Alejandro AmenábarScreenwriter: Alejandro Amenábar, Mateo GilMusic: Alejandro AmenábarCinematography: Hans BurmanStars: Eduardo Noriega, Penélope Cruz, Fele Martínez, Najwa Nimri, Gérard Barray, Tristán Ulloa, Chete Lera, Jorge de Juan, Miguel Palenzuela Producer: José Luis CuerdaStudio: Redbus Film DistributionAward details: (details at IMDb)
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Abre los ojos is a 1997 Spanish film co-written, co-scored and directed by Alejandro Amenábar and co-written by Mateo Gil. It stars Eduardo Noriega, Penélope Cruz, Fele Martínez and Najwa Nimri. In 2002, Open Your Eyes was ranked No. 84 in the Top 100 Sci-Fi List by the Online Film Critics Society. The movie's intersecting planes of dream and reality have prompted some critics to suggest comparisons to Calderón's masterwork Life Is a Dream. An American remake entitled Vanilla Sky, directed by Cameron Crowe, was released in 2001, with Penélope Cruz reprising her role.


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