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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.

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1 hours 30 minutes
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Irene Taylor Brodsky
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Comments about documentary «Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements» (111)

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Nicholas Lewis

Saw this documentary on TV and thought it was very interesting. The narrator does a good job explaining the background of the deafness and also talks about what she believes is the root of the problem. I think the whole family was a little too stressed. They were in a car on the way to visit their son in his home and they didn't stop the car for an hour and a half. A little nervous but also very excited to see the real life of someone with this disability. The same kind of traffic jam in the past with disabled people also happened in their home. They must have been exhausted from all the rides they took. They must have been a little tired from all the stops. A little more will not hurt. The story of how they got their hearing back is very interesting.

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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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This documentary is an extraordinary eye opener. I know nothing about what it's like to be deaf. I know very little about what it's like to be "hearing impaired" or "hearing impaired," so I'm only doing the best I can with what I've been given. It was also great to see the difference between a person who is learning to be "hearing impaired" and a person who is "hearing impaired" on the inside. That said, I would say that a documentary like this does not necessarily make a documentary worth watching. For me, I really did not enjoy it. It was just a very hard film to watch. It was difficult to watch, and I was hoping that it would end. I would say that if you are looking for a documentary about deafness, I would say you're probably better off renting a "hearing impaired" documentary like "Life in a Mirror."

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Stephanie P.

This film is a must see for anyone interested in the arts. The music is great, and the voice over is a great touch. I highly recommend this film.

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Michael Simpson

I have a good friend who is deaf. She has been going deaf for years, and she and her husband have been going deaf for years. She is now trying to come to terms with her deafness, and the problems she has had with the loss of her hearing. This is a great documentary about her struggles and her husband's attempts to help her. I recommend it to anyone who has ever been or will be a person with a hearing impairment. This film is not about the "deafness" of the people, but the "deafness" of the world. It is about the way people, including the deaf community, deal with the loss of hearing, and the loss of the ability to communicate. This film is not a documentary, but a personal account of how the deaf community has dealt with loss of hearing. It is not a "how to" documentary, but a "how do we."

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Rebecca Wallace

When I first saw this film, it did not catch my attention, but I did enjoy it for what it was. I was impressed that this film was a great starting point for me to learn more about deaf culture. I learned a lot about how deaf people live and how we think about the world. The people in the film are amazing. They are not perfect, but they are still pretty decent people. I also learned that being deaf does not have to be a bad thing. I have been deaf for a long time, and I really do not mind. This film also taught me to not take my hearing loss or my hearing aids for granted. This film was a great starting point for me to learn more about deaf culture.

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Dennis R.

Great movie. I had the pleasure of seeing this at the Dallas film festival, and the best part was, all the deaf people were the same age and able to relate to the subject matter. From the very first scene, you see the impact of deafness on the people around you. This movie is the reason I watch the deaf film festivals. They are where I find some of the most innovative and groundbreaking works. All the artists in this film were absolutely fantastic, and I would love to see them on film again. I also loved the music in this movie. This movie was very well made. I highly recommend it to anyone who likes to find out about the subject matter.

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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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Ryan L.

I thought that this movie was extremely interesting and well done. I am a deaf person, so I was particularly interested in the fact that the director, Andrea Bordon, has had her hearing restored. This is a true story, of the deaf son of a deaf person who was killed when he was eight years old. The film does a good job of showing the history of the deaf culture in Japan, as well as showing the culture of the deaf community in the US. I thought that it was interesting to see what it would have been like if the story was told from the point of view of the deaf people in Japan. It was a very interesting story of how society and deaf culture actually worked together and why the deaf community is not as popular as it is in Japan. It was also interesting to see the world's first DTH at work. It was amazing to see how the director was able to create the illusion of the sound of the city of Tokyo from the distance of thousands of miles. She even managed to put the music right in the background. I thought that this movie was very well done and I think that the deaf community and the deaf community in Japan should be able to enjoy this film.

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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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I was really impressed with the documentary 'American Sign Language: Signs of Deafness in America' that is about the growing number of Deaf and hard of hearing people in the USA. This is the first time that I've ever heard about the deaf community and I was surprised. In the '70s, the Deaf community in America was scattered. In the early 1970s, it was very easy to move to the US from other countries. Even though the '65-'75 Deaf rights movement was strong, Deaf people weren't as active as they are today. They were basically suppressed by the community. I thought this documentary was really interesting. It talked about the many ways in which the Deaf community is different than hearing people. Even though hearing people have much more privileges than Deaf people, the Deaf community is still limited by society's expectations and limitations. Hearing people can do so much more than Deaf people, but they are still considered "other" by the society. This documentary showed that the Deaf community is very individualistic, and they don't mind their disability. Deaf people are able to understand other cultures very well, and they can talk and write in Sign Language. This is an important part of their culture. Even though Deaf people aren't the most active people, they still enjoy the benefits of society. Deaf people are more productive than Deaf people, and they are still considered "other" by society. They do not have to put up with society's assumptions and limitations. This documentary was very informative and it helped me understand the Deaf community more. I recommend this documentary to everyone.

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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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Vincent Harrison

This is a fantastic documentary. It is the first time I have seen a documentary about deaf people. I have always been interested in hearing people, but never knew much about the Deaf community. I saw the documentary at the Sundance film festival and was blown away. I was very impressed with the movie. It is a great film that should be shown in schools and colleges as well as in the homes of deaf people. I can not recommend this film enough. I also recommend seeing it on the big screen. I am really looking forward to seeing this film again. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in hearing people or deaf culture.

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Henry C.

There are many things that are not clear about this film. For example, why would the author of the poem write a story about being deaf? Why would the poet tell the story of a woman's life and relationships, especially since his poems were probably written before his disability? In the beginning, I was confused by the fact that the director did not really explain these questions, and that he gave his interpretation to the viewers. The first half of the film is pretty much pure film making, but after that it gets more and more interesting. Some of the scenes are great and really touch the audience. The scene when the composer is going to her grandfather's grave and is crying, and the people who are there are just beautiful. The scene where they discuss the poem are also very touching and fun. I love how the director just tells the story and the viewer can get the feeling that the poet is telling the story. The other great scene is when the poet talks about the fact that he does not understand music, and the audience can relate to the experience of being a deaf poet. Overall, it is a very good film and I recommend it to everyone.

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Ryan L.

I must say I was so impressed with this documentary that I just had to watch it again. I have been following the story of Deaf West Hollywood since I was a child. I was born with hearing loss. When I was six years old I was "deaf" for three months and I was put in an "auditory rehabilitation center" and read every word in sign language. I could never understand a word spoken in sign language. It was just something you had to learn how to do. You have to learn how to read sign language to understand any word that is spoken in sign language. That is why the word "deaf" means hearing loss. Because hearing loss in the rest of the body is just a sign that something is wrong. Hearing loss is what your body is telling you is wrong. It's the same as Deaf loss in the brain. It just is what your body is telling you. Some people have a lifetime of hearing loss and they are born with no hearing and there are days that you are completely deaf. Then when you start to develop hearing problems they are so severe that you can't talk, you can't understand words that are spoken to you, you have a seizure that you can't control. You can't breathe, you can't speak, you have a lot of difficulty in walking, and you have a lot of difficulty in moving around. The most common problem in people with hearing loss is the otoscope. It's something that they put on the otoscope and it makes sounds come out of the otoscope and it's the hearing loss. It's like a big loud voice. It's a huge problem. Then there is some more serious problems. There is a deaf person who was born deaf. They're also born with no hearing and they don't know that they're deaf until they grow up. When they hear that something is wrong they are very upset. They don't know how to fix it. Then there's some more serious problems. The most serious problem is from the perspective of the deaf person's health. The most serious problem is deafness and the main thing is it affects your whole body. If you don't know what it is you'll just think that you're deaf. The otoscope, if it's damaged or not properly connected to the brain it will just make noise in your ear and you won't be able to hear. If it's damaged and connected properly it's like a small tube that goes down your ear. It'll just make noise. It's not just noise. There is a big problem of getting to see the hearing loss. The only way to see it is through a hearing aid. The most common problem is hearing aids. They're very bad. A hearing aid can damage the body and will just make noise in your ear. A hearing aid can make a big noise in your ear. The only way to see the hearing loss is to get a hearing aid. The problem is the doctors don't understand the problems of the people with hearing loss. So they don't understand that hearing loss is a big problem. I think that this is one of the most important things that this film showed. I think that a lot of people don't know how serious this problem is. There is something wrong with our whole body and we have to fix it. The other problem is that it affects the hearing and the hearing is damaged in the body. Then there is the problem with people that have no health insurance. So the health insurance company doesn't cover it. If you have health insurance you don't have to pay anything for your hearing loss. If you don't have health insurance you are out of luck. But that's the way it is. There are people out there who don't have health insurance. That's the reality. We all need to

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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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Donald Crawford

I was curious to see this documentary, and I am glad I did. This is an interesting documentary. I thought that the topic of deafness was fascinating. As a deaf woman, I'm often very uncomfortable in places that I would like to be. This documentary is a good place to learn more about deaf people and their experiences. I thought the pictures were great, and the sound was very good. This is a documentary that will be a nice way to learn about deafness. The people in this documentary were inspiring, and I felt like I could relate to them. I really enjoyed the sound quality of this documentary, and the quality of the images was amazing. It was nice to see how different people view the deaf community and different ways to communicate. The documentaries overall was a good idea, but I think it was a little bit too long. The interviews were too long and they didn't flow very well. The director did a great job of giving the documentaries a flow, but I think it was a little bit too long.

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Bruce Davidson

This is a great documentary. It is not only about the deafness, but also about the importance of music and the importance of being yourself. I recommend this to everyone, regardless of age, gender, or race. I think everyone should see this film.

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Judith J.

This was a great film and I am glad to see that the school district had done so much to make this a reality. I don't think many people have seen this documentary and have not heard about it. This is a must see for anyone who has a deaf child, or a family with a deaf child. This film is a great reminder that there are people out there who care about these kids and want to see them succeed in school and to be treated like everyone else. If you are deaf and you have a child who has an issue with hearing loss, please see this film. You will be so thankful that someone cares and is willing to help.

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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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Danielle Jordan

This is a documentary that does not deal with the subject of deafness directly. Instead it concentrates on the circumstances that led to the early years of hearing loss in these kids, who were often put into institutions for the deaf in the US. The documentary does a good job of showing the true character of these kids, as well as their close friends and family members, and how they interacted with hearing loss. I was very impressed with how this documentary managed to show how much of a huge challenge this was to these kids, and how the families and the schools were involved in this challenge. The film also shows how these kids overcame this, even though they had some very limited communication with hearing aids. Overall I'd recommend this documentary to anyone interested in hearing loss, and I would also recommend it to anyone interested in deafness. It's not one of the best documentaries, but it is well worth seeing.

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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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Debra Meyer

It's been over 30 years since the movie was made, and the film is still relevant. I saw it on a recent trip to Germany and was so impressed by the way the story was told. It is a story of a deaf child and her family. The film is really about family and love and the way that the deaf child interacts with the rest of the family. It is a moving story that deserves to be seen.

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Arthur A.

The film was very well done. It was a great story about the difficulties of living with a disability. It also showed how a family deals with the loss of a loved one. It was very moving and very interesting. I would recommend this film to anyone who is in a similar situation to the family.

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Steven Gray

I am sure most of us can relate to this story. My sister and I were diagnosed with a rare disease called "Deafness". A condition that causes the deafness to come and go. The way to explain it is that it is like having your ears and a whole lot of hair cut. It also causes the hair to fall out. The two of us are happy that we were able to have both of our hearing voices heard, but in a different way. We did not want our voices to be cut off, but more to how hearing aids were made to work. The story of us was amazing. I was curious to see how the world would be as it is today when we were able to hear. I would recommend this movie to anyone. I loved it, it is just perfect. One of the best movies I have ever seen.

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Kevin Y.

Well, I finally found this DVD, which has been on the market for quite a while. I would say that the last one that was really good was the DVD that featured Michael Moore's film "Bowling for Columbine". "Loving and being loved", is a documentary by Dan Nainan, in which he talks about his son's attempts to be deaf and his struggle to adapt to his condition. He interviews friends, family and himself and the results are mixed. His father does not understand his son's condition and feels that he is not a good parent, but Dan has managed to convince his father to allow his son to become a writer, because he feels that his son is the best person in the world. "Loving and being loved" is a good documentary, but there is nothing to make it better. It is too long and does not move very fast. It might have made a better documentary if the story was made more concise, and if the transitions between scenes were smoother. There is nothing really wrong with "Loving and being loved", but it is not the best documentary about this very important subject.

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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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Jesse B.

While watching the movie, I was reminded of the way in which the meaning of the song "Rainbow" was so deeply connected with the message of the movie. When I heard the message, I knew I had to go and see it. The movie is not just about the relationship between Chiron and Iris, but also about the entire lives of the family. It also tells us about the efforts of the deaf community to do anything to help Chiron and Iris, even though they do not speak their native language. This movie tells us the story of a family who has never spoken their native language, yet the whole world is trying to communicate with them. There is no clear story line, but there are many people in the movie who are involved in the project, and it was a very interesting experience watching how these people get involved with the deaf community. The movie was very well done, and I was very impressed by the beautiful images, but the movie could have been longer.

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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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Christina Castillo

I've never been an aficionado of deafness, but the movie "Deafness in Three Movements" struck me as a very strong and very moving work. There's a lot of information about the subject, but I would say that the film doesn't go into a great deal of detail. This is important to the film, because it can help inform us about how deafness can be experienced by people. The film is presented in a simple way, which can make it very easy to understand. I think this is a great way to present the subject. The visuals are also very striking, and I think it helps that the film is shot in black and white. I was really impressed by the film. I also liked the way the film presents the story of the deafness, how it affects the people, and the ways that they deal with it. Overall, I think this is a very powerful and powerful movie.

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Edward Ray

I really enjoyed this movie, but there were a couple of things that bothered me. I'm not sure why they made it a silent movie. That was really hard to follow. Also, it was almost as if they were showing the word "Nuns" and "Clergy" for no reason. I don't understand why they put in the story about how the church was making money off the church, but I don't understand why they put in a story about the nuns trying to raise money for their church. There was nothing in the movie that I saw that made me think that this was the reason they made it silent. I was expecting a more spiritual movie and this movie had it, but it didn't make it to the level of a good movie. Overall, it was a good movie, but I feel like it was really forced.

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Daniel G.

This is a very fascinating and insightful documentary about the plight of a man who was born deaf and can't hear. The film is very well done and shows the history and reality of the deaf community. The film is well worth seeing. One major issue that this film touches on is the way in which people are being encouraged to go deaf to save money and to improve the quality of life for their loved ones. I feel this is a very important issue, but it is being ignored by the mainstream media.

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Mary H.

I found this film to be very inspiring. I was looking for something similar to what I was seeing in the news, and I found this film to be very accurate. I am very glad I found it. This is a film that I would recommend to anyone who is looking for a film that will make them cry and inspire them.

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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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A group of teenage girls from a working-class area of Italy gather in an abandoned building in Rome, and decide to sing about their experiences. It is an excellent documentary. It does not focus on the typical subject of the lack of communication between the deaf and the hearing, but is about the use of language in different cultures, and how language can be the basis for communication. The girls were playing a song on a cello, and they were trying to understand the words, but they could not hear what they were saying. The girls had to take a different song and play it, because the cello did not work at all. And so they were forced to play different songs. I think that it is very interesting to see the diversity of the cultures of different countries, and how different people perceive the same language. I liked the fact that the girls had to sing with their mouth full, because there was not enough communication, and because they could not understand the words. It was very interesting to see how they became very good at music, but also how they could not understand their own language. It is a very important subject for the deaf, and it is very interesting to see how they can learn, and how they have a hard time understanding other people. Overall, this is a very important film. It is very educational, and I recommend it to everyone. It is very educational for deaf people, and for everyone.

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Rebecca C.

I enjoyed the whole documentary, it was very interesting and informative. As a deaf person, I did not feel like I was misrepresented. I think the majority of people that this film was targeted at would have similar thoughts. For me, I really enjoyed the way that it was filmed and the way that they showed the people that were affected by this issue. I loved that they didn't talk about how bad it was for some and how much worse it was for others. I loved the way that they made it sound like there was no progress and that they were just going through the motions. I think that is a really important part of this movie. I think it is important that we remember that it was only a matter of time before someone was affected by this and that's why the filmmakers had to make this movie. It was an amazing experience and I am grateful to them for doing this.

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Gregory Cook

It's hard to tell if this film is for or against the deaf. It certainly doesn't make any sense to me that anyone would make this film without their hearing. I'm one of the people who thought the story of the deaf and hearing people was a more interesting story, and it is, but the film is focused on the deaf people. The story is told with great beauty, but the film is not very entertaining. It's just too much. I found it quite boring. I really think this film is better for those who are deaf and don't want to see the deaf in the film. It's a good film for those who want to see the deaf in the film, but I just didn't like the story. It was boring. It's not a good film.

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Ashley S.

It was a great movie, with an interesting topic. I think the film makers had a good eye and I can see the passion they had for the topic. I just wish they had spent more time on the "shocking" parts, especially the section where the deaf people tell the story of the deaf-blind family. That part was rather weak, especially with all the tension the families felt during that part. I just don't see the point in the whole thing. I'm not sure what the director was trying to do, but the overall quality of the film didn't go along with his vision.

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Susan Jones

A documentary about the life of a deaf man, Angel Palacios. The film was made for a documentary-film festival, but it is much more than that. It is an analysis of the human condition and the way that life is lived and the differences that exist between people of different cultural backgrounds. We see that Angel Palacios is a very remarkable person who is determined to live a life that is not his own and that is more comfortable for him. The film shows us that the difficulties that he has encountered in life are not necessarily from the world outside of his home. The film shows us that we are not alone in the world, and that we have people around us who help us in our everyday lives. We also see that Angel Palacios' life is not all plain sailing, as some people may have assumed. We see that there are problems with the institutions that are set up for him, and we see that there is a great deal of suffering for him in that respect. He finds that he has a way to cope with his life that is not only satisfying but also gives him the feeling of a "normal" life, even though he is not normal. The film is very realistic and shows how important it is to be able to live a life that is not your own.

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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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Charles G.

The film starts with an introduction to the actors and then the film moves to a music video to a book of the same title. From there the film takes a series of moving images from the book and the film ends with a hauntingly beautiful video of the first movement of the symphony. The music video is a beautiful film, and the film is excellent. I have not been to a concert or been to a movie of this level before, and I was impressed. It is a moving and well done film.

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This documentary tells the story of a deaf teenager who writes songs, and lives with his mother, the manager of a record label. They decide to put him on the national radio, but they are told that the music is too dangerous for him. The girl doesn't understand what they are saying, and decides to try to get him signed by the label. She goes through many procedures, and eventually manages to get him signed. He then goes to his mother and his manager, and they tell him that the label is now signing all of their music. The boy is now signed by all of the record labels, and his mother is now his manager. The boy is now able to go to school and to play with his friends, and his father is happy, because he now understands that his son can now sing and write. This is a good documentary, and is very well made, and I recommend it to anyone.

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Henry Oliver

I was so interested to see this movie, I just wanted to be able to say that I have seen it. The acting was superb, especially by the children and the actress who played the deaf girl. I enjoyed the movie very much. I highly recommend it. It is a movie that is very well thought out and interesting to watch. One of the best movies I have ever seen.

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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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Pamela B.

This is a movie that I had not heard about, and that I think would make a great documentary. It is about a deaf woman who was put in an institution for the deaf in the 1920s and was never allowed to leave. She started a band and wrote a book, but that was the last we hear of her. But now she is back in school and in the process of doing a film about her experiences. She is doing this at the request of her mother. This movie is a must see for all of us who are deaf, and who love music. You will learn that you have so much more to learn about this woman who is so misunderstood.

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Joseph R.

When I heard of this movie, I thought I would be disappointed. I did not believe I would get to see such a beautiful movie, and I was right. The actors, the story, the music, the background music. I loved it! The director and the actors have made an excellent movie! This movie is a perfect example of how to make a movie. The scenes are seamless, the music is very beautiful and the story is very interesting. It is a very interesting story, and it's really worth watching. If you love music and movies, you should definitely watch this movie.

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Gloria Morgan

The film is about a deaf girl living in a small town in south China. She is not supposed to be there. There are many problems with the village and the government but she manages to overcome these obstacles. She uses music to express her feelings and finds her own voice. The film is quite shocking and does not show the real life of the deaf girl but focuses on her situation. The way she uses music is fantastic and shows that deaf people are different from hearing people. In this film there is a lot of attention to detail and you can see the equipment and settings that the film maker had to use. There are also very good performances from the entire cast. The director is not afraid to show the audience the issues that the deaf girl faces and that she works through. It is very interesting to watch this film and get a clear view of what the deaf girl lives and is trying to live. Overall, the film is very well done and a great documentary. It is not a documentary in the traditional sense but does not try to be. Overall, the film is very interesting and the viewer will want to watch it several times.

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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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Evelyn May

This is a very good and relevant film about the everyday struggle to be heard, see, feel, and be understood. The only problem I have with this documentary is that the story isn't a bit like that. I am also pretty much sure that it's a lot like the story of Lynn Rukeyser, but for some reason I can't put my finger on why. It's just an oversight, I know, but the documentary is so worth seeing.

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The problem with many documentary films is that they are so relentlessly honest. With that in mind, I think it is important to see the impact of a deaf person's experience on a non-hearing friend and family. We see the same things that the deaf person experiences, but we don't know the experience is a little different than our own. I was amazed to see that many of the folks in this film came to this conclusion. While the film isn't an expert assessment of the deaf experience, it does present the experience from a non-hearing perspective. It is difficult to describe how much the film enhances my understanding of the deaf experience. While the deaf experience isn't what it is, it is an experience I am proud to have. I wish the film had more time to show the deaf experience in depth. The documentary was well-made, but I'm disappointed that the film didn't have more time to explore this. It would have been great to explore how the deaf experience differs from that of a hearing person. It is often the hearing person who feels like they are part of the deaf experience, whereas the deaf experience is usually seen as being more outside of the hearing world. I would have appreciated more of this, and more time with the deaf people. I thought that this would have helped flesh out the non-hearing experience. Overall, this is an amazing film, and one that deserves the best of the best awards. I highly recommend it.

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Elizabeth Spencer

A large group of deaf people of all ages and cultures came together in New York City to share their stories and experiences. This documentary follows the journey of a group of deaf children and their families from the 'Painted Ladies' Project to the United Nations in New York City, and their journeys through education, career, and being an individual in a world that cannot understand. This is a beautiful film. It's more than a documentary. It is an entire community experience. The raw emotion and raw, heartfelt stories of the deaf people and the deaf professionals and families in the film, shine through. The film takes us through their story, their life and their struggles. The camera work, editing, sound, and production are all first rate. The sound is very well done. The scenes that focus on the deaf children are particularly heart-wrenching. The music is very well done. The director has done a great job of making the audience feel that it is a community experience, not just about one group of people. The director has taken care to give the story the emotional depth and presence that is needed to capture the audience's emotions. He has managed to get the best of the best in the deaf community to give this film a truly uplifting experience.

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Gerald W.

I came out of this documentary having heard a lot more about the history of the deaf people in Mexico than I had expected. I came to the conclusion that I had been quite naive about this subject. This is, in my opinion, a great documentary because it shines a light on a topic that is usually neglected. In addition, the music is very beautiful and I think it was well done. I would highly recommend this film. It is an essential movie for all those who care about the history of this people.

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Frances O.

This is a pretty good documentary about what happened to the Brazilian legend's last few years of his life. It's not really a full story, it's just about his last few years. We don't really know anything about the real story, but it is really interesting to hear his friends talk about it. It's not really a documentary that I would recommend, but it is pretty interesting to hear about the Brazilian legend. If you have not heard about him, then it is worth seeing, but not really recommended.

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Arthur W.

I love this documentary. It's made up of three stories, one of a deaf woman and her brother, one of a deaf man and his wife, and the final story is about a deaf boy who's a survivor of a bus accident. There are short clips of each of the stories and the result is a really beautiful, well-made documentary about deaf people and their world. It's so real and emotional that I have to say it's one of my favourite documentaries.

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You should watch this movie. I watched it as a college student and it was so moving. It's a story about two deaf people who come together and want to save a deaf child, who was being abused by her parents. This movie is very enlightening and very moving. The director did a wonderful job of taking a very simple idea and turning it into a very powerful film. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is deaf or hard of hearing. This movie will show you that you can't ignore the fact that you are deaf and you should never give up your dreams.

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I have always loved this film. I have watched it many times, and it is always a very emotional experience. It has everything you would expect from a documentary: the entire film is shot in one location in the Bronx, one of the poorest areas in the city. The people in the Bronx are all incredibly poor, and the people in the community are not much better. But this film captures the spirit of the people of the Bronx, and shows them in a very real way. The people of the Bronx are very rich in their music and dance, and the film captures this with the use of various cameras and a very strong soundtrack. The most moving scene is the dance by the members of the Harlem Symphony Orchestra. This is a wonderful example of how music and dance can unite people in a very special way. This film is a very powerful and moving film. I highly recommend this film to anyone who loves music and dance.

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Tammy Wade

It is wonderful to see a documentary about the condition of deaf children, and the courage and strength of the parents who try to overcome their deafness. I loved the way the film dealt with the subject matter, and was impressed by the strong opinions that each of the parents had. There was a great deal of information that was provided about the causes of the deafness, and the parents' struggles to overcome them. This was a very important issue that I think everyone should know about, and I hope that more people will see it.

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Timothy B.

It's an interesting look at a difficult topic. The documentary was very good, but some of the information that was given to the audience was extremely simplistic. This film is not about how to speak a particular language. This film is about the challenges and the joy of learning. That's it.

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Denise Montgomery

As a musician, I am so glad that this documentary exists. As a person who is deaf, I was so surprised to learn about the challenges of being a deaf artist. I feel like this movie will help more deaf artists to get the recognition they deserve. I would love to see more films like this, especially with more representation of deaf artists. I also wanted to point out that the director of the film is deaf, and I'm glad to see this. I felt that the film was very accurate and very interesting. The director was very passionate about the topic of deaf artists, and I was really impressed by the fact that she had the courage to get this documentary made. I felt that the documentary was very inspiring and inspiring for deaf people. I think it was a very interesting and interesting documentary that will help more deaf people to get the recognition they deserve. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who is a musician, or has a disability. It will make you want to go out and support the deaf artists.

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Shirley Kim

In the documentary "Birdy: A Journey Through the Music of Birdy" I learned that the film is based on a true story about the life of the great jazz great, Birdy. As I watched the film I found that I could relate to the story of Birdy, not as an individual, but as a member of a family that includes many other artists. It was hard to see Birdy come into his own and become an important part of the history of jazz. I could relate to the story of how Birdy, a young boy in Harlem, grew up in a foster home and how the rest of his life he struggled with his inability to communicate with others, especially his deafness. He eventually turned to his father's influence, which helped him to learn how to play the guitar and to be successful in the music business. The film was interesting to watch because of the music that was being played in the background. I heard the classical music that was being played at the same time I heard the jazz. I also heard the different jazz styles being played. I also heard how Birdy was able to create his own style of music from his friends that he played with. I was impressed by the way that Birdy was able to learn to play the guitar and become successful in the music business, and how his father was able to help him do so. It was very entertaining to watch the film and I found myself wishing that I had been able to learn to play jazz or hear jazz in the theater because I had a chance to listen to the music in this film. Overall, I enjoyed the film and I would recommend it to others because I think that the story of Birdy is interesting and has a lot of lessons to teach us all.

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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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Howard S.

A very interesting documentary. This movie is both beautiful and very personal. The director was very good at showing this kind of film. She was also very good at showing the history of this topic. I was surprised by the depth of the film. I never would have thought about this topic. It's very personal. It is a very powerful movie and I recommend it to anyone. There are a lot of people who have never heard of this topic and it should be recognized. It is a very important topic and it needs to be talked about. I will recommend this movie to anyone and it is definitely worth watching.

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It is quite sad to see so many of the great musicals coming out of Hollywood in the past few years, and the same with "Lion King" and "Coraline". "Lion King" is just one of the greatest, and "Coraline" is the most entertaining and most popular animated film in the history of cinema. "Lion King" is a story of a boy who has lost his hearing, and struggles to survive in the harsh environment of the jungle, where he meets the beautiful and fascinating "Coraline", a young girl who's only desire is to be like her hero, the Lion King. I was very impressed by the voice acting of the Lion King, the best that I've ever heard in a film, which really impressed me. The voice acting of "Coraline" is also excellent, and the music by the amazing composer Danny Elfman is also very beautiful and touching. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn about the history of African culture and music. I also recommend that you do not listen to the soundtrack, but just watch the film itself, as it is just as powerful. I give this film 10 out of 10, and hope that you will give this film a chance as well.

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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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Arthur G.

I thought this was a very good film. There were some great clips, and the whole thing felt very realistic. I really enjoyed the movie because it was very entertaining, and I thought that the music was awesome. I also enjoyed that the director was able to show all of the different ways that Deaf people are able to communicate. I also thought that the acting was good, and that the director was able to show the different ways that Deaf people can communicate. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who is interested in hearing more about the Deaf community.

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Sara S.

I was impressed with this film. The visuals were very moving and the story was very interesting. The sound was very important and the camera work was very good. The film was very good. The music was very good. I would recommend this film to anyone who has a deaf child. It is a very moving film.

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Teresa Morrison

This is a very moving documentary that will leave you with tears in your eyes. I don't think I've ever cried so much in a documentary. I highly recommend this film to anyone. It is not easy to watch. It is very emotional and at times it is very disturbing. It is a very powerful film. It is a must see. The camera work is wonderful. It is a great documentary.

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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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I've read the book a few times, and then the movie. And I am always fascinated by it. There are so many scenes and details that are missed by the movie. I love how the scenes of the Oompa-Loompas in the movie are almost the same as the ones in the book. The scenes of the school are so detailed, and it is a great change to see the Oompa-Loompas' voices. The musical numbers are also so great. I think the movie is fantastic and it's hard to understand why people don't like it. I think this movie is more than a great movie. I think it's a great movie that's really a story of a generation. I think this is a movie for all ages. It's not for people who don't like music, or for people who don't like music, but I think this is a movie for everyone.

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Lori Ray

I first saw this film at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival. It was a big hit and was nominated for a best documentary award. A year later, the film was released on DVD. While the film is certainly great, it suffers from some of the same problems as most documentary films. The film is not particularly compelling and it does not have much in the way of gripping drama. It's basically just a collection of clips from various artists, including Margo Jefferson, who is very good. The film is great for those who appreciate great music, but I would not recommend this film to people who have a great appreciation for the film itself. 8/10

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Michael Garza

It's a rare occasion when I go to the movies and actually enjoy the film, and this is one of those rare occasions. I've seen a few of these documentaries that focus on just one aspect of a film's production, and this one, although it's not technically a documentary, focuses on all the aspects of making the film. There's a lot of information about the film's production, and how it was done. But this film is a lot more than just a movie, and it does a great job of making you think about how a film is made. The movie itself is not really a movie. It's not a movie that you would be able to sit through all the way through, but you would have a pretty good idea of what it is. It's a documentary about how a deaf person is able to create a film, and how much of an impact that film had on the world. It's an interesting documentary that you should watch, because it will make you think about how a film is made, and it will also make you want to go out and buy the DVD of the film. 8/10

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Ethan W.

This documentary, directed by the American born filmmaker and composer Jack Kornfield, tells the story of a deaf musician named Christopher Brightman (played by Ashton Sanders) who has been living in a very "quiet" place for over ten years. When he decides to move to the city, his wife, Nina (played by Anne Hathaway), tells him that she has a daughter who is very young, and is deaf. It is not until his son asks him if he is deaf, that he realizes what a big problem he has. At first, the family tries to ignore the problem, but soon they realize that there is something wrong with their son and he is going deaf. When they finally decide to get him help, it is not long before he has to learn how to talk. It is also not long before he realizes that he can't live in this quiet place any longer. This is a very moving story, and one that will touch the viewer's heart. The film is a very interesting look at what can happen to a family when they have to deal with a family member with a disability. It is a very personal story that will touch the viewer's heart. It is a very important film to watch, because it shows that not all deaf people are born with a disability. They can learn how to live in a quiet environment and learn how to be accepted. I recommend this film to everyone.

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This is a great documentary that shows how much this movie matters to the deaf community. It's not just a movie, but a movie that shows the deaf community's struggle with the lack of education that they had to go through to achieve their dreams. It's a great movie to show your family and friends about. The way it was filmed was really great. You can really feel the fear and confusion that the deaf community was going through. You can see the frustration that the deaf community had to deal with, and how they didn't have the same opportunities that everyone else had. This movie is a great movie to show to your family and friends to show how important this movie is to the deaf community.

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This film was not very popular when it was first released. But after seeing it, I have to admit that it's a very well made film. The acting was excellent, and the director was able to show us the inner workings of the deaf community. He showed us that the people who were deaf were the same people who were not deaf. And that people who were not good with their hearing, were the same people who were not good with their hearing. In other words, it was a very interesting film. And one that will stay with me for a very long time.

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A lot of people were expecting something like this after watching the trailer and the trailer alone, and this is the first movie I've seen that actually looked like it was going to be something different, and it's great. I'd love to see a feature length film from this director. If you have a family member or friend with a hearing impairment, or you are deaf or hard of hearing, then I'd say you should definitely check it out.

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This documentary is based on a true story about a deaf woman and her son who was born deaf. The documentary covers the first few years of their life and then delves into their early childhood. As a result, the documentary is very insightful. The documentary also looks at how deaf children are treated in the school system and how the school system is trying to force the deaf to get in a good school. This documentary is well worth seeing.

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My wife and I have always loved jazz and rock music and have a few of the best of those types of music in our collection. This documentary on the history of the music of jazz and rock is one of our favorites. It takes a look at the music and its various genres through the eyes of a blind man, who never learned to play any music at all. He takes us through the history of jazz, from the music of pre-war music, to the music of the 1960s. The musicians, like Al Cohn, who are musicians in their own right, are often described as "musicians", but their main job was to play. They also learn how to teach and how to communicate with the deaf. There are many more such interviews with people who learned to play jazz and rock music. The music is beautiful and the music is fantastic, and I recommend this documentary to anyone who loves jazz or rock music.

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Henry G.

I didn't know that it was made in the United States. I was expecting it to be in Latin America but it was made in the U.S. It's an amazing documentary. The director was really well chosen for this film. He made a very detailed and entertaining documentary. He also interviewed some of the main players of the film. The director did a great job of explaining the film. The one thing that I really liked was the music. It was really good. The music is very good. The one thing that I really didn't like was the fact that the film was made in Spanish. The film is very difficult to understand and I really don't understand the subtitles. It would have been better if it was made in English. The subtitles could have been better. I think that this film could have been made in Spanish but they did a good job in making the film in English. I recommend this film to everyone.

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So, I saw this film at a screening in the U.K. I was impressed with the screening and was impressed with the director. This is a film that's been under-appreciated. The last 5 years or so have seen a lot of re-releases of the same old stuff. It's been a long time since we've had something new and different. The film is on-target and well-made. It's important to give credit where it's due and the film has no problem doing so. It's a documentary about the deaf-blind community and their struggle. The director's work and the way it's presented was a pleasure to watch. The actors did a great job and I thought the music was superb. I've seen a lot of different films with the same theme. It's just an amazing story that makes you want to do something about it. So, this film is a great documentary that's worth seeing.

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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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Angela Graham

This is a must see film. I am not sure if the first two movements were produced as a part of the project but it certainly was a great experience. It was also very interesting to hear what the performers had to say about the process of creating the music and the emotional attachment the performer had to it. The movie also made me want to get out of my comfort zone and watch a live performance. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in music, especially for someone who is not familiar with the music. The film was very educational and the information given to the audience was very clear. There were some very interesting moments in the film which I won't spoil for those who haven't seen it yet. Overall, a great film and one of the best documentaries I've ever seen.

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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.

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Janice W.

I was never a fan of the Academy Awards, but I'm a fan of the Oscars. So when I heard that the Best Picture Oscar was going to be decided by a blind vote, I was pretty excited. I'm so glad that the Academy didn't play favorites and it was decided that Moonlight Sonata should win the Best Picture award. It's a very moving story that will touch you in different ways. It's about a blind man named Moonee (a very good performance by Chiwetel Ejiofor), who has a problem with his hearing. He can't hear his own voice or talk. He can't even tell his girlfriend (a very good performance by Cate Blanchett) apart from a guy with his own hearing aid. But he doesn't give up. He makes a promise to his girlfriend that he'll get a hearing aid for her someday. One day, he has a breakthrough and is able to hear his girlfriend's voice and talk. This is the best story I've ever seen in a film. The whole film is very emotional and touching. You feel for Moonee, his girlfriend and his deafness. It's a beautiful film that I'd recommend to anyone. It's very hard to see a story like this and not be moved. I'd also recommend that everyone go to the website for the award and watch the entire movie. It gives you a lot more insight into the story and gives you a sense of the impact the movie had on everyone who watched it. This film is definitely worth watching.

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Cheryl G.

One of the things I like most about the world of music is that most of the people who are involved in the making of the music seem to be very similar. They are not perfect like a few, but they share the same vision of what a great piece of music should be. I loved the documentary "Birdie and the Elephant" which was a wonderful study of how an orchestra can sound beautiful without being at all powerful, or to be honest, making it easy for people to love it. The same applies to the art and music of an individual musician. I really think that this documentary will be a life changer for people who have been listening to music for a long time, or who don't have a ton of time to spend on this subject matter. If you're a musician, it's great to hear that these people have the courage to share their passion and that you can learn more about the history of music and the art and the performances that they do. This documentary is excellent and it is my hope that it will be a success and be a positive influence in the world of music. And that's the reason I'm giving it a 10/10.

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Walter D.

I'm going to say something that may be controversial: I think that we need to start to believe in what we hear and see. Our lives are complicated, and it's important to not have to depend on what we hear to understand who we are and where we are. Every person has a story, and I think that one of the strongest messages of the movie is that it's important to share that story with the people you love. I think the same with the movies I'm going to say, but the only reason I'm doing this is because this movie is one of the most important movies I've ever seen. I recommend it to anyone.

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Olivia Collins

I don't usually give 10s, but this one really deserves it. I love the music, I love the beauty of the story, and I love the way this movie brings people together. It is a great way to inspire and teach people about diversity, and the power of music to unite people of different backgrounds and cultures. If you've ever been to a theatre, you've seen this movie. It is an amazing movie and one that should be watched by everyone.

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This film is not about singing. It is about the challenges and love we must deal with as individuals, as a family, and as individuals in the social justice movements that we must face. It is a call to give in to love and let go of what is holding you back. It is a call to give up on "celebrating" and "celebrating" when it's so easy to let it go when we know that it's not about celebrating but about letting go of the pain. The spirit is there. It's the hope we all must have.

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Keith Crawford

I loved the film. It was very moving. I didn't realize how truly sad this story was until I had watched it. I can't begin to explain how the film affected me. It is not often that a film that is so honest, moving and very touching hits me with such an impact, like this one did. I thought the film was very heartwarming. I also thought it was very real. I loved the story and I thought it was very touching. I would recommend this film to anyone who would like to find out what it is like to have a deaf person. It is also a great story to tell your kids. I loved the film and I am very proud to have been a part of it. My favourite part was the song that played during the credits. It was great. I loved it. I think it is a great story that should be told. I also would recommend the documentary, Listen To This (which I have watched and really enjoyed). I think the film and documentary are great. I don't know why it is not on Netflix or other streaming sites. This is definitely a must see! I think everyone should see this film. I think it is a beautiful film and it is also a great story. I also think it is a great story for children and teenagers. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone. I also think everyone should see the documentary, Listen To This. It is very well done and it is very touching.

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Hands down this is one of the most important documentaries I have ever seen about deafness and its effects. It is a must-see for all people who have lived a "hearing" life and still have a natural hearing as well. This is not just for the deaf. It shows how the hearing loss affects relationships, work, family life, and even the way we perceive things. There is also some fantastic stuff about losing a family member, a family member with a hearing loss, and a mother with a hearing loss. Watch the film and don't just take it at face value. You will be surprised. It's one of the most important films I've seen in a long time.

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Bobby M.

This documentary is for those of us who have experienced deafness. The documentary contains a lot of information, but I would not consider this documentary as an educational tool. It is a powerful documentary that will make you think about deafness, and who you can be. There is much that is already known, but there is much that is still not known. For example, who is the most important thing in a deaf person's life? The person's wife or the person's parents? For this reason, the documentary will not be recommended to everyone. However, for those of us who have experienced deafness, it is very important to have the opportunity to learn more about our history. We should not be ashamed of the fact that we are deaf, and that we are not deaf by nature, and that we are just ordinary people. We should be proud of our heritage and proud of our culture. I think that the best thing that can be said about this documentary is that it is an important tool for education. I hope that people will learn more about deafness and we will learn more about our history.

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The movie shows the real situation of deaf children in India. They are educated and still have to do all the hard work for their disability. The director talks about their situation and how it affects their lives. It gives hope to many people. I think it is a great movie and should be shown to everyone.

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Mark E.

I've been on a search for a documentary to watch since I saw "Raise Your Voice" in my second year of college. I've watched the same ones, and this is the first one I've seen. I don't really want to talk about it because it's really about music and the music industry. I did find it a bit depressing, but I can't deny that it was well-done. The director, Matthew Wegner, did a great job at making it look like it was real. I think there's a point where you have to stop watching it and realize that you're watching a documentary, not a documentary about music. It's just as good as the music videos that I saw. It's about a deaf man who doesn't want to be a singer and how he gets his voice to come back. He also talks about his parents, and it's also about how the music industry is a bad place. It's a good documentary that's really well-made. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Cynthia Palmer

I've been a fan of Eliza's work for a while now. I love her voice and her music. The film was great, but I did have some issues with it. For example, in the beginning the film seemed to be very self-consciously "hip" and "cool" for a low budget film. It also seemed like the director was trying to get the most out of Eliza's voice, but it seemed to be too hard. The music was great, but I didn't feel that it was "perfect." It seemed a little too clean and straight-forward. Also, I didn't think it was a "soulful" film. It seemed like the director tried too hard to be soulful. It was a great film, but I think it would have been great if it had been a little more soulful.

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Barbara Hoffman

I watched the movie in an audition with my deaf friend, and I was very surprised that she enjoyed it so much. It is very touching and real. The acting is superb and the story is also very interesting. The director has done a very good job, he is definitely a director who deserves to be recognized in the industry. I would recommend it to anyone who has any kind of hearing loss.

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Andrea Smith

I just saw this movie on Netflix.and I'm shocked how could I be so stunned by this movie. It's so simple and yet so meaningful. I have to say that I really enjoyed it and recommend it to anyone, especially to people who don't usually watch movies like this. It's just a masterpiece and it's about so many issues that a lot of people have never even heard about. As an artist, I love movies and I have a very difficult time getting them. but this one really appealed to me. I watched it three times and I don't get tired of it. If you're looking for something different and meaningful, go watch it.

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This movie is a masterpiece. It is an inspiring story of a deaf person and how it affects their everyday life. The director, Linnell and the actors portrayed all of their talents perfectly. Linnell's ability to translate this film to a deaf audience is amazing. If you are deaf or have been, you will love this movie. This is the most inspiring movie I have seen and will hopefully inspire other deaf and hard of hearing people to come out of their comfort zone and make the world a better place.

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Juan Rodriguez

this movie is very inspiring to those who have lost their hearing. most people do not know about the deafness or it's effects. and how many of the adults that were in the audience had a child in the same situation. this movie is so sad to see how people are dealing with it and what they do. it also makes you think and think. i would recommend it to everyone. because it's amazing. and that's the whole point of this film. one more thing: i think that this movie should be watched by all deaf people. because it's about you. and it's about how you can make your life better. so many people would not understand it. so this is a must see. and i'm so happy that it was shown in L.A. because i think that this would never have been able to be seen otherwise. i would definitely give this movie a 10!

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Helen H.

A woman named "Eileen" (Nora Taylor-Joy) came to visit my parents in New York City. They were extremely supportive of her and asked me to teach them. I thought this was so cool. It was so fun to see her teach the deaf children. It made me proud to be a teacher. I could tell that my parents were proud of me for this and they loved the way I taught them. I could feel that they felt more comfortable in their own skin, so it made me proud to be a teacher. I also loved the connection I felt with the deaf children. I never felt like they were very happy with their deafness. I could see their pain and I felt sorry for them. It was incredible to watch these kids enjoy being able to communicate and to learn. I love it that I had the opportunity to teach these children. It really made me proud. I would love to be able to teach others in the same way. My husband and I have had a huge impact on the lives of these children and now have their lives turned around. This film was very heart-warming. I hope everyone will see it and love it.

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Ruth Palmer

This movie really makes you think. How many people hear the language spoken by their ancestors and think it is normal. That is the premise of this movie. The whole story is told in three different perspectives. First through a narrator, who is only heard in one scene, then through a translator, who is heard in all the others. All three tell the story in an interesting way. And in each one of them it is different from each other. The different story telling is really interesting. It really makes you think about the people that we all live next to. It really makes you think about who you really are and what you are really doing. If you like stories that make you think. This is one of the best movies I have ever seen. It is a must see.

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Ruth H.

I've just finished watching the film, and I'm not sure what to say. I watched it at home and it was absolutely amazing. It's not something I've ever seen before. It was so well done and the scenes were moving in a very meaningful way. This is something I would really recommend to anyone who wants to be in touch with something more than just business. This is a film that should be watched and must be shared with anyone who feels that life is not enough. You must see it, and you must feel it.

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Harold Hill

This documentary provides us with an insight into the lives of deaf and hard of hearing adults and their struggles with the challenges of aging. The film highlights their voices, stories and problems and concerns of coping with the loss of hearing aids. In addition, the director and producer interviewed the parents of children that have received hearing aids. We see how their frustration with the care and constant monitoring are their most important concern. This documentary goes beyond the typical stereotype and shows us how people's concerns and suffering are far more real than the typical documentary. There is a message to be had and it is clear that we have a responsibility to those we have the most personal relationships with to make them as comfortable and safe as possible.

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Jacob H.

This is a fascinating and very inspirational film. I felt compelled to share it with people who didn't understand what I was talking about and I'm not a religious person, but I believe it's the most important film you will ever see. I saw it in an apartment, with no subtitles, and it was the most intense, moving, and thought provoking thing I've ever experienced. The first and second movements are the most moving and they are both very beautiful. This is the same movement for the remaining two movements, but I didn't know what to expect and I was very surprised by what I saw. The first movement is about deafness and the second is about other deafness. I could not believe that such a film was produced and I have seen it a couple of times now. I could not believe that this is a work of fiction, as many people could not believe that it was real. It is true. This is a real documentary. A really amazing work of art.

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Randy White

I saw this film in Salt Lake City, in 2012. It was very inspiring and very educational. I was very moved to hear how many people in this country are dealing with this kind of hearing loss. It also made me feel very passionate about the importance of education and the importance of hearing aids. The message of this film was very inspirational. I recommend this film to anyone who has or has not experienced this type of hearing loss.

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Carol Palmer

As a theatre critic and amateur performer, I felt as if I had a piece of the puzzle. I got the film and the music when it was first released, but the film and music haven't come to my attention as much as the story and the music. The film has a sound that stays with you, from the storytelling to the themes. I have a strong preference for film music over classical. I have loved listening to James Newton Howard and John Williams' scores, but some of the same can be said about "Requiem for a Dream" and "The Passion of the Christ". In this case, the performances from the three main characters are equally impressive. They have such charisma and they inspire the audience, to give them a sense of hope that these characters may be rescued, or that they will find out how they can overcome their mental health struggles, their physical health and the obstacles that are presented to them. This film is one that everyone should see and hear, especially to see the performance of the three main characters. I would recommend this film to anyone who is struggling with mental illness.

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What's a film about deafness and who the actors are, you may ask? Well, I'll tell you in one word: Important. What's that? That's not important! Just watch this movie and you'll know what I mean. The majority of deaf people have lived lives that have been one of silence and isolation. They have been taught to shut out everything around them, in order to preserve their own sense of self. That's a power struggle. This film shows us the struggle of a woman to overcome her own silence and learn to speak. In the process, she discovers that the world is really more amazing than she could have imagined. All this through the very words that the deaf community told her, over and over again. The process is shown in such a way that you get the idea that there's no right or wrong way to achieve this goal. She discovers that if she can manage to learn to speak, she can manage to speak. It's a journey and a work of art. And it's a beautiful one, too. This movie is a masterpiece. Every single one of the actors, all the deaf people, have a great deal to give. This is a film about the deaf community, and you are witnessing how much of a difference it's making.

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Jose Chen

Great documentary about the growth of deafness and its toll on society. Some of the artists and their families tell their stories about this wonderful invention. Each of the stories are fascinating, from the great mom that lost her son to the guy who had a daughter with a brain tumor. I was so touched by this documentary. I read that some people have a hard time believing that someone would have to deal with this for the rest of their life. However, I felt the same way about this movie. I'm sure it's true that many people are not able to handle it and will end up with some sort of hearing impairment. I certainly was in that category. However, I have also seen many people who have experienced similar hardships who have gone on to become great artists. I strongly recommend this movie to anyone who has ever had to deal with a hearing impairment or any other impairment. Also, be sure to see the great acting by this cast.