Artistic License | Release Date: October 25, 2000
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K.RachelJul 25, 2003
Aronson has created a masterpiece with this docudrama. I love this film for its impartiality and how it allows pro- and anti-cochlear implant people to see the other side. It is wonderfully executed with sensitivity to D/deaf and hearing Aronson has created a masterpiece with this docudrama. I love this film for its impartiality and how it allows pro- and anti-cochlear implant people to see the other side. It is wonderfully executed with sensitivity to D/deaf and hearing communities alike. Excellent teaching aid for Deaf Ed or other Education programs. Expand
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ChadS.Aug 22, 2002
"Sound and Fury" is absolutely unforgettable. When it's all over, you'll check the internet to find out if the Artinians finally relented and got their daughter Heather the cochelar implant. Filmmaker Josh Aronson does a wonderful "Sound and Fury" is absolutely unforgettable. When it's all over, you'll check the internet to find out if the Artinians finally relented and got their daughter Heather the cochelar implant. Filmmaker Josh Aronson does a wonderful job of remaining impartial. It must've been hard to do so. While the father is making a case for the normality of deafness, his evidence ends up weakening his argument. "Sound and Fury" will rattle you, then rattle you some more. Expand
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dajhornSep 16, 2014
Sound and Fury is among the best human interest documentaries that I've enjoyed despite it having identity politics as a primary theme. The producers had the unique opportunity to follow two brothers, both parents of deaf children, andSound and Fury is among the best human interest documentaries that I've enjoyed despite it having identity politics as a primary theme. The producers had the unique opportunity to follow two brothers, both parents of deaf children, and explore how different values led to different decisions. Expand
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