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Mark, 27, is a C.O.D.A., Child of Deaf Adults, who recently lost his mother. His father, ken, although deaf is a talented musician and piano teacher. Since the death, Ken's actions appear to... See more »

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Frances
Philip Gawthorne ...
Mark
Slaine Kelly ...
Suzie
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Ken
Nicola Sangster ...
Lucy

Directed by

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Frederick Sandy

Written by

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Frederick Sandy ... (written by)

Produced by

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Olivia Chisci ... producer

Cinematography by

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Bryan Loftus

Film Editing by

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Matthew Felstead

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Casey McSweeney

Art Direction by

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Ben Wilson

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Caryn Hablutzel ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Rob Portus ... production manager

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Claire Barker ... assistant director

Sound Department

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Marco Iavarone ... sound recordist
Nikos Nikolalaios ... boom operator

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Sam Mayel Afsher ... still photographer
Jon Britt ... clapper/loader
Rob Portur ... grip
Job Reineke ... focus puller
Charlie Wall ... grip
Richard J. Wood ... gaffer

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Isoline Hickman ... costume supervisor
Xiang Yu Liu ... costume assistant

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Jamie Serafi ... composer: additional music

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Anna Haffers ... script supervisor
Nelson Oliver ... production assistant

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Plot Summary

Mark, 27, is a C.O.D.A., Child of Deaf Adults, who recently lost his mother. His father, ken, although deaf is a talented musician and piano teacher. Since the death, Ken's actions appear to be in denial with lack of emotional release and his habit of continuous piano playing. Unable to understand his father's reaction to their loss, a once strong bond has rapidly deteriorated. Filled with anger and confusion, Mark can no longer stand his father's presence, a fatal blow to a relationship based on visual and physical expression. Their progression rests on Mark overcoming his battle with shame and disgust through his willingness to accept and understand his father's choice of mourning. Through an explosive finale of emotional revelation, it becomes apparent the father and son were driven apart only to be united closer than ever before. Written by Frederick Sandy

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  • Koda (United Kingdom)
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  • 13 min
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