Blind guy dating trailer
And director James Keach and screenwriter Christopher Theo eventually forget about the romance.
As for Pine ("Just My Luck") and relative newcomer Jay, they're attractive leads, but their best efforts are continually undermined by this material.
It is produced by Ghost House’s Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert alongside Joseph Drake, Nathan Kahane and J.
set for a limited release on October 3, with a roll-out to additional cities on October 24, tells the story of Travis Freeman (Mark Hapka), a smalltown Kentucky boy who, at age 12, was stricken by an infection that left him blind overnight. This tests the limits of the triumph-over-adversity sports movie genre!
The film is directed by Ben Palmer, who made “The Inbetweeners Movie.” American actress Bell (with an unusually convincing British accent) plays Nancy, a cynic who doesn’t believe in dating or being “set up.” But when Jack (Pegg) incorrectly identifies her as his blind date in Waterloo station, Nancy decides to pretend to be someone she isn’t. Jack thinks Nancy is a tri-athlete (she’s definitely not), and as she stuffs her face with food, she gropes at straws to explain, “I just gotta regularly carb up.” Nancy goes outside of her comfort zone and against all odds, starts falling for Jack.
Lest the setup of "My Blind Brother" begin to sound too inspiring in terms of overcoming physical limitations and sacrificing one's own desires for a loved one, it must be pointed out that neither Bill nor Robbie particularly seem to like each other. He also resents that Robbie uses him as something akin to a guide dog and that no one seems to notice his role in Robbie's efforts.
As for the brother's feelings toward Bill, Robbie gives a big speech after a marathon-length run.
That may explain why Danny is considering undergoing experimental surgery, which, if successful, might give him some limited vision.
And that's how he meets Leeza (Anjali Jay), a lovely Indian-American receptionist.
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The film's title is an awfully bad pun that refers to the lovelife of a young blind man, Danny (Chris Pine).