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After losing sight, John Hull knew that if he did not try to understand blindness it would destroy him. In 1983 he began keeping an audio diary, documenting his extraordinary journey into a world beyond sight.
In 1983, when writer John Hull goes blind just before the birth of his son, he starts making a diary on audio cassette to make sense of all the changes.
Critic Quotes: “A deeply sensitive interpretation of the subject’s reflective testament on disability.” – The Hollywood Reporter
“The tone of the narration is so wrenchingly honest that the film never lapses into self-pity or relies on mystical platitudes.” – The New York Times
“The filmmakers create art out of what too often is a documentary stopgap.” – The Village Voice
“This daring re-enactment of one man’s going blind is not only successful, but deeply moving and enlightening.” – Film Journal International
Director: James Pinney, Peter Middleton
Runtime: 90 minutes
Sunday, December 25: Closed
$11 General Admission / $8.50 Students & Seniors / $7.50 Members. Tickets available at box office or online:
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