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Listen to Your Heart (2010)

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A singer/songwriter falls in love with a girl who can't hear the music she inspires him to write.

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Danny (Kent Moran) has an apartment as small as his paychecks, no family, and a struggling music career. But with unwavering optimism, for Danny, "every day is a great day to be alive." It's love at first sight when Danny meets Ariana (Alexia Rasmussen), a wealthy deaf girl from Greenwich, CT who tragically cannot hear the music she inspires him to write. Ariana is torn between hanging onto the shelter her controlling mother (Cybill Shepherd) provides and fighting for a love that, if just given the chance, might just change her life. When tragedy strikes, determined that nothing can keep them apart, they must trust in the power of their love, and together discover just how important it is to "listen to your heart." Written by Anonymous

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One song can change your life.

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Drama | Music | Romance

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4 May 2011 (South Korea)  »

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The idea of the movie came to Kent Moran in a dream. He dreamed about the story for two weeks, writing notes each morning, and wrote the first draft of the screenplay in just two days. The final draft is very close to the first. See more »

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Roger: All I'm sayin is that there's a lot to think about here. So just do that. Think about it.
Danny: Look man, I'm not gonna miss out on something that could be great just cause it might also be hard.
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Hear the Music
Written by Kent Moran
Performed by Kent Moran
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21 November 2011 | by (San Marcos, Texas) – See all my reviews

I know this movie may be stereotypical or cliché'... But it's a movie isn't it? Movies can be a variety of things from fantasy to real life portrayal. And I feel sad for those who did not think fondly of this movie because it's not about what or how the movie is done but the message and moral it is trying to demonstrate.

In regards to the deaf culture (someone else mentioned about ASL and the interpreter)... I am deaf, completely. The movie is not meant to share with the world about the deaf community, but rather the effort that the hearing world should try to understand. It's a matter of being objective than subjective to the world around us.

With regards to the movie and sign language... Keep in mind that Sign Language changes almost constantly depending on the location. An example is the sign for "restroom" which could mean "toilet" in one area while it means another in another area.

As for the interpreter - keep in mind that interpreters are meant to match the signing level of their clients, you don't want an advance interpreter signing for someone who just learned the language... It's like saying the word "Educational Institution" to a kindergarten rather than saying "school" ... you get the idea...

If only you can understand the meaning of the movie and try to put yourself into their emotions and feelings... you'll enjoy the movie.


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