The film stars Blake Lively and Jason Clarke. When a blind woman, Gina Blake Lively , regains her sight after a corneal implant, she begins to discover the previously unseen and disturbing details about her life with her husband James Jason Clarke. Before the eye surgery, Gina and James have a happy marriage, despite Gina's dependence on James due to her disability. James appears to enjoy the dependence, saying that it makes him feel special. As they try for a baby, Gina prepares for a cornea transplant, which will restore the sight in one of her eyes. The surgery is a success, and Gina embraces her newfound independence.
Blake Lively's Next Role Is Her Most Provocative One Yet
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In a recent interview with Vanity Fair , Lively said she initially planned on getting out of having to do any nudity in her upcoming movie "All I See Is You. The movie focuses on Lively's character, a blind woman named Gina whose life changes after she regains her sight thanks to surgical advances. Gina begins experimenting more with her sexuality and sense of adventure once her sight is restored — hence the racy nudity involved for certain scenes. As Vanity Fair reports , Lively "almost never saw the script in the first place" because her team assumed the nudity requirement would make the project an automatic "no" for the actress.
David Ehrlich. We know that James does insurance work somewhere in the Thai capital, but the way he brings it up in conversation makes it sound like an alibi. Usually film characters take jobs in far-flung destinations towards the end of the story, not before it starts.
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