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101 Things That Unite and Divide (2010)

Visual storytelling is an essential component of what it means to be part of the Deaf culture- without it; there would be no culture. '101 Things that Unite and Divide: Stories of a Visual ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Summer Crider ...
"The Deaf Moth Theory" Narrator
Daniel Geiger ...
"The Hotel Joke" Narrator
Robyn Girard ...
Narrator - The Cheeseburger Story
Raychelle Harris ...
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Brian Leffler ...
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Visual storytelling is an essential component of what it means to be part of the Deaf culture- without it; there would be no culture. '101 Things that Unite and Divide: Stories of a Visual Perspective' is an anthology of short stories that identify, magnify and dissect elements of the Deaf experience, emphasizing a powerful visual perspective. A journey through several narratives that portray different scales of emotions and interactions between the Deaf and hearing communities, '101 Things that Unite and Divide...' examines what it means to be culturally Deaf. Through the juxtaposition of visual language, Deaf culture and vivid imagery, this project reveals the frustration, humor and bittersweet poignancy that define the Deaf perspective, while proving that the common experience we all share is humanity. Written by Anonymous

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