No, although the "pathways" of vision do move through the left and right sides of your brain. The visual cortex is located in the occipital lobe in the back of your skull. The left side of your brain controls your the right fields of vision in both eyes and processes information received from it (it controls the right field instead of the left because the information from the eyes crosses in the place called the optic chiasm near the middle of the brain, and because the retinal image is inverted).
No it does not totally control vision but has some control, most people have a stroke mostly on the left side and the speech, legs and arms are effected if there is any damage from a stroke,those victims have to have therapy....the best to you
No it doesn't the right side of your brain does.