Henry loses his vision after being exposed to an unknown toxic gas. “Gas Gets In Your Eyes,” by director Madeline Leshner, is an imaginative experimental drama full of startling images and unsettling developments. The grim prognosis is delivered by an ominous robotic voice, and, before Henry can come to terms with his loss, the skies darken, and a mighty rainstorm envelopes the land. The surreal turn introduces Henry to a woman in a similar circumstance who assures him that he’ll “catch on.” To what? is the central question of the film, and one widely open for interpretation. Leshner claims a unique voice, at times almost comic, with her exploration of a dystopian scenario delivered as an immersive sensory experience. -KA. Written and Directed by Madeline Leshner. Starring Marchánt Davis and MaYaa Boateng. Produced by Madeline Leshner and Zachary Stone. Cinematography by Zachary Stone. VFX by Betty Cameron // Significant Others. Assistant Director: Marcela Biven. Color: Natacha Ikoli.