The Way I See It

My mother’s first cousin, Dr. Henry Abrams, was Albert Einstein’s ophthalmologist and friend. The morning after Einstein’s death on April 18, 1955, Dr. Abrams removed the eyes from Einstein’s corpse. “The Way I See It” is an exploration of the legacy of this decision by the adult who was haunted and disturbed when learning of it as a young child. Until his death in November 2011, Henry Abrams retained the eyes in a jar in his dresser drawer.

Screened in 17 Film Festivals Worldwide.

The Way I See It
The Way I See It

My mother’s first cousin, Dr. Henry Abrams, was Albert Einstein’s ophthalmologist and friend. The morning after Einstein’s death on April 18, 1955, Dr. Abrams removed the eyes from Einstein’s corpse. “The Way I See It” is an exploration of the legacy of this decision by the adult who was haunted and disturbed when learning of it as a young child. Until his death in November 2011, Henry Abrams retained the eyes in a jar in his dresser drawer.

Screened in 17 Film Festivals Worldwide.

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