Beautiful documentary view to life of deaf in Japan
Deaf mother who starts to build a bridge between hearing and deaf people in Japan, having great effort. An understanding and loving husband who is a firemen but who starts feel that he is ignored by his wife's attempts. And a daughter who's being bullied at school because her mother is deaf.
The movie is documentary style, and you shouldn't expect more than that. There are no tricks in this movie, but yet it is fascinating in it's own way.
Actors and actresses feel very real and lively. Also some of the outdoor scenes from urban Japan are beautifully made. I gave this movie nine. I recommend.
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