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A motorist has a heart attack, and his car hits a young jogger (Slater). She is blinded by the accident. A year later, she is starting a new life, with a new love (McCarthy), and a new apartment, a loft on the fourth floor of secluded building. She is having difficulty adjusting to her sightless condition, but, is managing. Her boyfriend has to go out of town to help a friend. Enter two psychos that want her to tell them the combination to the safe in her uncle's business. Her dark world just got darker.Written by
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I quite like Helen Slater I've seen her a few times so i tuned in to watch this movie after reading the comments on here and the storyline, I thought it may be okay. Unfortunately it turned out to be another one of these routine women in peril movies. although very similar in plot it was nowhere near as good as "Wait until Dark" with Audrey Hepburn, or even "Blink" with Madeleine Stowe & "Jennifer Eight" with Uma Thurman, I thought all the above movies were better. The Bad guys in "Nowhere in Sight" were stupid morons and the female character had to be blind otherwise she would've outwitted them no problem. The surprise Twist that someone close to her was in with the two crooks was'nt that surprising either. I would have to give this 3/10 if you have something better to do give this a miss, this is only for die hard Helen Slater fans. She even sings on the sountrack (Her singing was a decent effort but forgettable).
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