Frances Conroy Eye
Does France awaken the eyes?
I totally agree that there is a difference between the two eyes. Maybe it has a real aesthetic eye?
The eyes of Francis Conway
Frances Conway is a Cornell damaged. This causes the cornea to become cloudy, which is also called cataract. You can also see that your eyes are slightly inward due to corneal damage, as this makes it difficult to see the cloud.
I have had eye problems for over 30 years and have cataracts (something else) in my right eye. I had a scar there and over time her condition worsened and I had cataracts. My eyes are like Mrs. Conway's because her eyes were chaotic and blurry.
The eye was removed and now I have a technical eye. Looks like my left eye. It is highly unlikely that Ms. Conroy will use what appears to be an injured eye.
I think it's a themed eye and Frances doesn't like to talk about it. My father's eyes are light and he doesn't always move like his real eyes. The same is true of Francois. Both eyes do not always work together. All right, Frances, we don't care if you have good eyes. Go ahead and talk about it. It can help other people with the same disability.
The actress, who played the older version of Moira, Frances Conroy, is actually colorful. Yes, they do not wear contact lenses. He was in a car accident and later underwent eye surgery. Frances mentioned her eye problems during the casting session, and the authors decided to make it a turning point so they wouldn't have to wear contact lenses. That's why Consensus was written with a pat on the eye.