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No Ordinary Hero: The SuperDeafy Movie (2013)

PG | | Comedy, Drama, Family | October 2013 (USA)
A deaf actor who plays a superhero on a TV show must look beyond the cape to inspire a deaf boy to believe in himself.

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Tony / SuperDeafy
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Jenny
Zane Hencker ...
Jacob
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Patrick
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Emily
Peter A. Hulne ...
Derek / Officer Norm (as Peter Hulne)
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Marlee Matlin
Sherry Hicks ...
Marlee's Interpreter
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Sammy the Bully
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Principal Gwen
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Dean
Daniela Maucere ...
Susie
James Foster ...
Steve
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Tony Kane plays a superhero on TV, but in real life he's just another guy who happens to be deaf, with hopes and dreams that always seem to elude him. Eight-year-old Jacob Lang, also deaf, is having a hard time in school, where he is torn between what his father thinks is "normal" and an education using sign language promoted by his mother. When Tony and Jacob's paths cross, they inspire belief in each other and in themselves. And when Tony meets Jacob's teacher, Jenny, a romance blossoms that suddenly makes Tony feel like he can do anything... even things he never dreamed was possible. In this first installment of SuperDeafy the Movie, we meet the man behind the superhero -- the man for whom everything has always felt just a little bit out of reach. But that's all about to change. Written by Taly Ravid

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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Rated PG for mild thematic elements | See all certifications »
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The film is open captioned in English for every screening making it 100% accessible to deaf and hard of hearing audiences as well as making the sign language accessible to "signing impaired" viewers who don't know sign language. See more »

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