‘See for Me’ review: Home invasion thriller turns blind eye to logic

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The Detroit News

A blind protagonist finds herself in the center of a home invasion in “See for Me,” a rickety suspense thriller that attempts to outdo “Don’t Breathe” and comes up short of breath. Director Randall Okita has a good premise to work with but the story takes several wrong turns, and “See for Me” is filled with holes in logic that take away from its credibility, and more importantly its believability. Skyler Davenport, an actress who is legally blind, plays Sophie, an ex-skier who is rendered blind after an accident on the slopes. She is now defiantly self-sufficient, almost to a fault; she is rel…

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