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A DIFFERENT LENS: A Supercut of Actors’ Eyeballs Throughout Film History

If you suffer from Ommetaphobia (the fear of eyes) you might want to skip this supercut featuring intense and/or close-up shots of actors’ eyeballs set to the song Doctor My Eyes by Jackson Browne. If you don’t have a fear of squishy sight bulbs then by all means, feel free to watch and enjoy. And, just so you know, unlike a lot of other supercuts out there, this particular one was created for a reason, in 2012 it was shown at the Society of Camera Operator’s Lifetime Achievement Awards to benefit the Vision Center at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, so yeah, a weird short about eyeballs sort of makes sense.

Of course, it’s still rather gross because…you know,…eyeballs.

Video after the break.

Source: Gizmodo


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