Found this sentence:
That に in 「悲しもうとすらしない俺に向けられる目が」is acting as the indirect object or is it marking the doer? Since it's a passive sentence.
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This ～に is marking the target/destination of the 目. ～に used in a passive construction does not necessarily mark the doer (agent).
stares cast to me
(not "stares cast by me")
Now you may be wondering if に in a passive sentence can be ambiguous. The answer is yes. See the following questions: