Open Your Eyes/Twice Upon a Yesterday [2 Discs] [DVD]

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Overview

Special Features

  • Open Your Eyes: 16:9 widescreen version
  • Open Your Eyes: Spanish Dolby 2.0 Surround
  • Open Your Eyes: English subtitles
  • Open Your Eyes: Cast and crew information
  • Open Your Eyes: Production notes
  • Open Your Eyes: Digitally mastered
  • Open Your Eyes: Scene access
  • Open Your Eyes: Interactive menus
  • Twice Upon a Yesterday: Widescreen
  • Twice Upon a Yesterday: 2.0 Dolby Surround
  • Twice Upon a Yesterday: Interactive menus
  • Twice Upon a Yesterday: Scene access
  • Twice Upon a Yesterday: Trailer
  • Twice Upon a Yesterday: Spanish, English & French subtitles
  • Closed Captioned

Synopsis

Twice Upon a Yesterday
Maria Ripoll made her feature directorial debut with this witty Spanish-British romantic comedy, set in London, where actor Victor (Scottish actor Douglas Henshall) is drunk and upset over former girlfriend Sylvia (Leana Headley) and her upcoming marriage in 48 hours to Dave (Mark Strong). In the rain, the wet and drunk Victor meets two Spanish sanitary workers, Don Miguel (Eusebio Lazaro) and Rafael (Gustavo Salmeron), and their Spanish poetry quotes cue special effects and time travel. Tossed back in time, Victor is now able to begin a relationship replay with Sylvia, so he immediately begins an effort to keep her from meeting Dave. The situation gets sticky, however, when he drops into a local pub and meets gorgeous barmaid Louise (Spanish actress Penelope Cruz). London locations show activities during the Notting Hill carnival. Shown at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi

Open Your Eyes
The line between dreams and reality become increasingly blurred after a womanizing playboy is nearly killed by a jilted lover in Spanish director Alejandro Amenabar's masterful sophomore effort Abre Los Ojos (Open Your Eyes). It would seem as if Cesar (Eduardo Noriega) has it all. Handsome, charming, and with money to burn, he can get any girl he wants, and usually does so on a nightly basis. Following a birthday party in which he chats up Sofia (Penelope Cruz), the date of his best friend Pelayo (Fele Martinez), Cesar is plunged headfirst into a nightmare world when jealous former lover Nuria (Najwa Nimri) swallows a handful of pills and sends her car careening into a cement wall with the terrified playboy as her hapless passenger. With his formerly strikingly handsome face now twisted into a hideous mass of scarred flesh, Cesar's ugly emotions are now externalized for all to see. Pining for a plastic-surgery miracle to return him to his former glory so that he can seek out Sofia and take a chance at real love, he is pleasantly surprised when the doctors make a breakthrough and Sofia accepts him back into her life. Although all seems perfect for the moment, the formerly soulless player finds that this is only the beginning of his increasingly disturbing journey. Why is Sofia changing appearance and turning into Nuria periodically? And why won't the police and his psychiatrist believe Cesar's desperate attempts to rationalize a world that is growing increasingly surreal? Could it have something to do with a doctor Cesar has seen on television who keeps appearing and attempting to help him out of his nightmare? Peeling away at the layers of his subconscious, Cesar begins to realize that reality is no more than a state of mind, and that in order to get his life back he may be forced to take unthinkable measures. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Douglas Henshall
    Douglas Henshall - Victor Bukowski
  • Lena Headey
    Lena Headey - Sylvia Weld
  • Mark Strong
    Mark Strong - Dave
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    Eusebio Lazaro - Don Miguel
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    Gustavo Salmerón - Rafael

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