Blind guy dating movie
Believing that Leeza did not pursue their relationship because of his being blind, Danny becomes depressed and stops taking the necessary tests for his brain surgery. He sees his family's faces for the first time, but not Leeza's, who was away, reluctantly preparing for her engagement party.
Soon the experiment proves to be a failure, as the fragile prosthesis in his brain moves, clouding his already weak vision, and Danny goes back to being blind.
Danny is a blind man who does not let his impairment get in the way of living his life to the fullest, except when it comes to love.
Danny's brother sets him up on a series of blind dates, but all of them go disastrously wrong.
This is a pleasant enough flick about a blind guy who dates. Chris Pine manages to be cute and sweet and turn in a decent leading man performance that isn't embarrassing. Votes are used to help determine the most interesting content on RYM.
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See full summary » When her brother decides to ditch for a couple weeks, Viola heads over to his elite boarding school, disguised as him, and proceeds to fall for his school's star soccer player, and soon learns she's not the only one with romantic troubles.
Danny discovers an operation that implants a camera-like contraption in his brain that will allow him the possibility to see again, even if the images are simply black and white and indistinct. Perkins (Stephen Tobolowsky) is a young girl Leeza (Anjali Ray) who is Indian and whose parents have arranged a wedding with a man she does not love.
And yes, in time Danny and Leeza are attracted to each other in what appears to be a doomed relationship - for family reasons.
Danny has his operation and is able to see some images, but the implant fails and Danny once again is without sight - but far from being without hope, as both his and Leeza's families undergo changes of heart.
There is a sense of love that emanates from the screen, due in part to the script, the direction, and to the acting.