Gay niggas from space. I think the creator of this film is a genius. Such an unpredictable plot, big kaks of nigga, and of course the actors: 3
"City Lights" by Charlie Chaplin. Yes, the film does not shine with colors, but nevertheless it is a good film for a person who has not seen films before.
"To a Miracle" or "The Tree of Life", in general, any film by Terrence Malick, filming in his unique style. It is not documentary, not fictional, and not a mechanical sum of both.
He should be led not to the cinema, but to the sea. Just to the sea, in any weather, at any time of the day.
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A person who has just acquired sight needs to enjoy the beauty of the world, which he has never seen before, to get drunk from it. Now he does not need a complex, intricate plot, and a cinema attraction rich in explosions and special effects will be tiresome.
Paints and colors, calm harmony of the world, rich gamut - it seems to me that this is what will delight the eyes of those who have seen. High-quality documentaries about nature and perhaps architecture are excellent choices. There are many of them in memory, but, unfortunately, with forgotten names. However, "BBC: Planet Earth" immediately comes to mind.
"A Space Odyssey 2001" by Stanley Kubrick. Just imagine a person who has never seen anything at all, but suddenly comes across a similar visual range! The effect, I think, will be fantastic.
My opinion is the movie "Where Dreams May Come". Here you can find the meaning of life and change your worldview. You can't talk a lot about this film, you have to watch it, but a blind man who has acquired sight must see it. This film is a fantastic melodrama by Vincent Ward, starring Robin Williams.