blindness

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the condition of not being able to see

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The Perez Family, however, was about a Cuban family, and Nair's next movie, Hysterical Blindness, will be a purely American story.
I am good friends with Mira Nair," she added, referring to the award-winning Indian director with whom she worked in 2002's Hysterical Blindness.
Blum produced The Fever, a film starring Vanessa Redgrave, Angelina Jolie, Michael Moore and Jolie Richardson, to air on HBO in 2006; Emmy-nominated Hysterical Blindness, starring Uma Thurman, Gena Rowlands, Juliette Lewis and Ben Gazarra, which ran on HBO in 2002 and earned Thurman a Golden Globe; and Hamlet, starring Ethan Hawke, Kyle McLachlan, Julia Stiles, Bill Murray, Steve Zahn and Sam Shepard, which was theatrically released by Miramax in 2000.
Jordan, 49, took the autobiographical route once before in his early 1990s play Hysterical Blindness and Other Southern Tragedies That Have Plagued My Life Thus Far, but that was mostly about his mother, and it employed a choir to serve, as it were, as his chorus.
Adolf Hitler's belief he was meant to rule the world may have stemmed in part from a hypnotic suggestion given during treatment for hysterical blindness in 1918, an American psychiatrist has claimed.
Supporting Actress (Mini series / Movie) Gena Rowlands Hysterical Blindness