I appreciate how weird this movie allowed itself to be.
Blind starts with a strong opening that tries to put you into the shoes of Ingrid, a blind woman played brilliantly by Ellen Dorrit Petersen. Eskil Vogt wrote his lone directorial feature with extremely inventive storytelling that could turn some off, but had me intrigued the entire 96 minute run time. I love how this was shot, also. There was few wide, establishing shots - which limits the viewer's vision, much like the main character. The story within the story…