There’s not much more you can say about this film other than “You have to see it.” Or you may want to quote Screen Magazine’s review: “One of the most powerful cinematic experiences, daringly executed and superbly controlled, in a way that consistently engages us with its characters' emotional processes.” Shot entirely in one shot, the “what” and “how” of this film are extraordinary and blend together in perfect harmony, as few films do. There’s a lot to say about this film’s emotional depth, cinematic restraint, and moral dimension that linger in the mind long after viewing it. Blind Spot is not a film you see every day, or maybe not even once a year. All you’ll want to do after this unique experience is hug your loved ones. Hug them tight.