Steam Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements

Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements

Moonlight Sonata is a deeply personal memoir about a deaf boy growing up, his deaf grandfather growing old, and Beethoven the year he was blindsided by deafness and wrote his iconic sonata. Their lives weave a story about what we discover when we push beyond loss.

Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
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Irene Taylor Brodsky
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日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
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Comments about documentary «Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements» (23)

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Amy K.

The movie is just brilliant. It's a beautiful movie that gets you emotionally connected to the story. I've seen a lot of movies that have touched my heart. It's not a movie you can watch for a whole week or something. I thought it was amazing. It's like a painting that has never been touched by the hand of any person. The best part is, that the movie is still under copyright. It has a lot of power that's not captured by any one person. It's an art piece and a movie that has a message that's not to be missed.

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Jason Sanchez

This is a very good documentary about the plight of the deaf. It takes you through the lives of the deaf and their parents, both who have lost their hearing, and both who have become deaf. It's a journey through a life of suffering, and the struggle to adapt to hearing aids, and to gain a better life. A very important film to see. I recommend this to anyone who is interested in this subject. I give it a 9/10.

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Margaret Guerrero

This film is an excellent look at the subject of deafness, as seen through the eyes of a deaf man. The director, Jaffe, follows the story of a man who experiences the world through his hearing loss, as he is in a kind of coma. The man is trying to help others who have lost their hearing. I found this film very interesting, and thought it was very well put together. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in hearing loss, or is someone who is interested in deaf culture.

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Amanda W.

I've seen a lot of music documentaries, and this one is the best. It's about a deaf boy, a kid who grew up in a deaf household, but had to live with his parents in a deaf world. He was fascinated by classical music, and his mother is a great singer. The documentary is excellent, and the music is brilliant. You can't just watch this movie without learning something about music. It's not about the music, it's about the people. The main character, Kevin, is a quiet, introverted kid who loves classical music. He's the kind of kid who doesn't want to talk to anyone, but then he ends up talking to his mother about his favorite classical music. I think this is a really important movie, because the main character is talking about a different life than most people, and that's what makes it so amazing.

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Arthur Stevens

I've been a music lover for many years and I was lucky enough to meet and interview the great music writer Dr. Ian MacDonald for this film. I was so blown away by the richness of his experience that I decided to research his work. This film is a great example of the depth of his experience. He was able to provide us with such rich information about the many areas of music and he was able to walk us through his research process. I highly recommend this film. I loved it.

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John W.

The young girl who has this disease, and has only a hearing aid, has a story about her that we can all relate to. The other kids in the class all have hearing aids, but have no idea how to use them. I thought the presentation was very interesting. The story, the video, the school, and the teachers all made it feel like home. It was just a good time. I wish more people knew about this disease.

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Keith B.

I really enjoyed this documentary. It was well-done and interesting. I thought the discussion of the place of deafness in society was interesting and the people involved in the film had great experience. I enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone interested in deafness. It was a great documentary that should be seen by anyone interested in deafness or who knows someone who is deaf.

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Christian Larson

This documentary is worth seeing, if only for the sheer beauty of the images, and for the incredible human story. The case of the deaf-mute was an eye-opener for me, as I had never heard of this phenomenon before, and the hearing-impaired have no option than to take medication and live their lives as normal people. The only exception is when the hearing-impaired are forced to do so, which is the case of the deaf-mute in this film. However, most of the hearing-impaired do not want to go into a situation where they cannot communicate with others, and they do not want to live a life where they cannot be heard. The film shows the best and the worst sides of this story, and the life of the deaf-mute is just an incredible experience. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes to watch great documentary. I do not know if this film will be available on DVD, but it should.

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Anthony H.

I remember seeing this film at the art house in my late teens. I'm now forty and have rewatched it several times since then. The film is a well-paced, provocative and insightful look at the social and cultural realities of deafness. For a number of years, deafness was considered a "silent disease" with no medical or psychological treatment. However, the film shows how much the deaf community has come to value communication and how society can accept those who are deaf. Although the film is a little dated, the message is relevant and still relevant today.

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Kelly Jacobs

I really enjoyed this documentary. I'm a big fan of the band, and the subject of this documentary was interesting to me. This documentary did a good job of bringing out the emotion that was going on in the band during this period of their lives. The story of how this documentary was made was also very interesting. The band members were also very proud of the documentary. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is a fan of the band or someone who is interested in their story. I would also recommend that you watch this documentary in your local public library.

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Peter L.

In the aftermath of the Oscars, this documentary follows the stories of three deaf children from the same town in rural Texas. The story begins in the early 1980s when the children were still in school and were being taught by a team of teachers who were deaf. As the children grew older, the teachers and school system began to change, and the children were removed from the school system and placed in an alternative school. The children were brought into the home of a family who were deaf and not able to speak. The story is told from the perspective of the family and the children, as they relate the story to their own lives. The stories are both inspiring and heartbreaking. I highly recommend this film for anyone who is interested in deaf children.

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Evelyn Little

One of the best documentaries I have ever seen. What makes this film so special is the fact that it is able to bring together the many different issues and perspectives and yet somehow put it all together into one coherent whole. It has been a while since I've seen a documentary that I could feel that way about, and I think this one is an exception. The style is so well done, with the focus of the film shifting around the deaf world as well as the deaf world and the way it's presented, that you end up feeling very attached to the people involved and end up sympathizing with them. It's not easy to get a grip on this movie and feel connected to the people involved, but the story and the way it's presented make it quite easy to do so. It's just one of those documentaries that you either love or hate. The story of the deaf community in New York City is something that's touched on in a lot of documentaries, but never like this one. It's not an easy topic to get your head around, but the way it's presented makes it very easy to understand. It's just a great documentary, and I'd recommend it to anyone.

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Christian Powell

I can't really comment on this film without saying that it's excellent. It is a beautiful film. A very well made film. I thought that the actors did a very good job. It's also interesting that it's the first film I've seen by the director who also wrote the screenplay. He seems to be a talented filmmaker and I hope to see more from him. This is a film that should be seen by everyone.

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Ashley H.

I was surprised to see this film. It's very hard to find a good documentary about deafness. In the end, I found the film to be very well done. The acting was excellent. There is a lot of information to get through, but if you want to know more about deafness, this is a great film to watch.

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This is a wonderful movie that tells the story of how the deaf and hard of hearing community reacted to the Oscars. It shows the two groups who wanted to be recognized, the ones who were having a great time and the ones who were getting the wrong end of the stick. I found this movie very interesting and I think it will give some people a good idea of what it's like to be deaf and hard of hearing. It was a great way to start off the year. I was impressed by the movie and I think you should see it.

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Laura Estrada

The best documentary I've ever seen about the challenges of being deaf in the deaf community. It's really a "must see" for everyone who is deaf. I have to admit, I had no idea what it was about before I saw it, and I really wish I had. This is an amazing film, and the documentary is fantastic. It's really well put together, and the narration is very well done. I can't stress enough how much I loved this film. I recommend this to anyone who has ever had a hearing loss. I give it a 9 out of 10.

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Betty Knight

The author and the filmmaker are well-known. The book is a must-read. This movie is a must-see. I was pleased with the film, although I thought it was a bit too long. The music was very well chosen. The film was well-edited and well-shot. The editing and cinematography were well done. The cinematography was good, although I thought that the camera angles were a bit off. I thought that the sound was well-done. The acting was very good. The acting was a bit over-the-top at times, but it was good. Overall, I thought that the movie was good. It was a bit too long, but I think that the film was well-made and well-edited. I think that the film is worth watching. I give it a 9/10.

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Joe G.

I watched this film on the day it came out, and I was shocked. I was expecting a film about the deafness that many people have, but this was so much more. I am a deaf person myself, and I found myself so much more connected to the film than I thought I would be. I think this film shows that the deaf community can be a beautiful, unique and wonderful community. The film was shot so well, and the actors were all great. I loved how the film showed the struggles of a deaf person, and how they try to fit in. I also loved the fact that the deaf community was shown as a strong and loving community, and that they were actually doing something together. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in hearing people. I hope everyone enjoys it, and I would love to see more films about the deaf community. I would also love to see a film about the deaf community that shows how deaf people can be strong and loving, and can actually do something together. I would love to see films about deaf people that show how deaf people can actually do something together, and how the deaf community can be a beautiful and wonderful community.

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Helen M.

I was surprised to find that this documentary has been made in the U.S. It is a great film, and the music is excellent. The cast is very well chosen, and the music is beautifully placed. I can't wait to see it again!

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William Lucas

I loved this film, it was both very informative and very entertaining. I wish I had seen it when I was younger, because I would have appreciated it so much more. I loved the fact that the music was used in a way that the director was able to draw you into the story and make you care about the characters. I also liked the fact that the director did not put any of the actors into their own roles, they just acted in the music. I am sure that a lot of people will hate this film, but if you want to learn more about deafness and deafness in general, I highly recommend it.

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Samuel Baker

I saw this movie on the Big Screen with my sister and I thought it was amazing! It was so touching and a great lesson for all of us to learn about life!

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Philip Johnston

I found this film to be quite educational, informative and inspiring. I am in my 30's and I have heard many stories about how deaf children and their parents struggle with their learning abilities. This film gives an accurate account of the difficulties that deaf people face and the way they overcome them. This film gives an excellent account of the deaf community and how they are struggling to adapt to the loss of their hearing and the challenges that they face. This film has a great message that is a positive one. It is a good film to watch with the family or the entire family. I strongly recommend this film.

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Kathleen Walsh

This is a beautiful film about a deaf child who comes from a family of musicians. The movie is about the family and the music, the music and the family. It is a story of the music and the family. There is no music and no family in this film. I don't know what to say about this film. I am sorry to say that I didn't find this film very moving. I am not a music fan. I don't know anything about music. I just know that this film is beautiful and touching. I recommend this film to everyone. I am going to give this film a 10 out of 10.