It’s a blessing that The Eyes of My Mother is in black and white, because rendered in full color, its garish display of violence would be nearly impossible to endure. But as it stands, it’s all kind of beautiful in a stomach-turning sort of way. When her mother (Diana Agostini) is murdered, young Francisca’s (played by Olivia Bond as a child) precocious fixation on dissection and surgery turns into a dark obsession. By the time she reaches adulthood, Francisca (played by Kika Magalhaes as an adult) has let her urges fester and blossom into full-blown psychotic behavior. There is a method to Francisca’s madness, but The Eyes of My Mother isn’t all that interested in arriving at a satisfying conclusion. It’s more of an exploration of themes, an art house indie with plenty of eyeball removal. And frankly, it’s the allure of its stylistic gore that makes it worth wading through.