IT MADE ME
CRY!!!! OH, I CAN'T WAIT FOR YOU TO COME TO A TOWN NEAR ME SO I CAN SEE
THIS F-A-N-T-A-S-T-I-C MOVIE!!!!!
I REALLY, REALLY,
REALLY WANT TO SEE THIS MOVIE!
THIS E-MAIL TO FRIENDS SO THEY CAN KEEP ABREAST OF THIS MOVIE'S PROGRESS
KUDOS TO YOU ALL FOR YOUR HARD WORK AND FANTASTIC CREATIVITY!!!
I'm very pleased that
you are getting theaters (and proof to distributors) to see that closed
captioned films can draw a hearing audience as well. How great!
a momentous achievement. I was completely and totally blown away last
do my utmost to spread the word.
I just wanted to
tell you how much I enjoyed your film. I came with 2 of my co-workers
the 7:30 screening on March 23. We all work as pediatric
I think the music video
in the beginning of the movie really showed the importance of
with a deaf child and people in general. We see too often children who
are not connected with their parents, family and friends because of this
communication barrier, and on the flip side of that see parents who have
stepped up and immersed themselves in a culture so unfamiliar to them.
We have some aspiring
entertainers here who I am sure will really enjoy your film!
Kuddos on a great film!
I just want to
said about the Documentary was such a big, BIG exposed to me as I was in
and so into the Documentary. It was such a very moving to me that I
explain how I feel about that documentary you Produce. I always believe
is people will always find a way to achieve though struggle and
all make to reach the dream we want.
I am hard of
hearing. Learning about this film and seeing the trailer brought tears
my eyes. I don't know. Validation I guess? Thank you.
I traveled to the
Columbus, OH showing today. I didn't travel as much as some of the
people only 2 1/2 hr drive. WONDERFUL movie.
I joined your mailing
list and I went to the premiere of See What I'm Saying last night and
was I blown away. I studied Hearing and Deafness in college as my minor,
at a Deaf/Blind center, and took ASL so obviously I enjoyed the film.
really want to point out is that I brought my boyfriend along with me
never even met a Deaf person before, and knows next to nothing about
Not only did I enjoy the film, but HE was also completely blown away by
it. We talked well into the night about many aspects
film and what both of us learned, but he kept coming back to the point
beginning to see the world through the eyes of your four incredible main
characters. I have to agree, the stories were so well developed.
It's easy to make a
great film like Avatar when you have a $50 million budget. I'm going to
on a limb here and assume you weren't given millions of dollars and
from a major studio, and yet you produced a wonderful, quality film
that is accessible (physically and cross-culturally) to so many if
buy the ticket. I've been encouraging many of my friends to go see the
those who have experience with Deaf culture and those who don't. I am
glad that someone (YOU!) took such a huge chance in making this movie
even aside from the intriguing subject matter, it is simply this-- A
Thank you (and I
really mean it-- Thank You),
A mom and her
daughter drove from an hour North of Sacramento - after her speech class
morning . Both the daughter & her oldest son are Deaf.
The brother saw
the movie last week with CSUN and insisted that his Mom made the 13-hour
When asked by his
Mom to rate the movie out of 10 - he said 20!!!
A true WOW
Can't wait for this to
be released in the DC, VA, MD area!!!
I am a Gallaudet student
that saw your video premeire in the Philadelphia film festival and loved
deaf population near Gally is HUGE.... so hurry here!!!
I was in the audience
last evening at the Bremerton High School to watch the much
anticipated first showing of your film See What I'm Saying.
I felt a close tie to TL as I too am extremely hard of hearing and often
myself involuntarily in the middle of two worlds I will never fully be a
I brought my sister with
me last night just to see her reaction. She has impeccable hearing and
last night, I don't believe she really "got" my situation. She was
dumbfounded to realize the hardship, discrimination, and emotional
inflicted on people who are hard of hearing and those with deafness on a
basis. Now she understands.
so much for bringing this film to all the blinded and naive people of
CONGRATULATIONS! I am so excited for you and everyone involved with "See What I'm
Saying". My family & I saw your
movie here in Philadelphia and it was fabulous. We are new to the Deaf
Culture due to my son's hearing loss and this was a wonderful
introduction. To see the struggles and most importantly, the triumphs,
these four individuals living their lives and pursuing their dreams was
a great mind-expanding experience. My son, who was 14 years old
at the time, was greatly impressed.
I attended the sneak peak ASU and was very touched by your work. I am an ASL student
went to the screening as part of my Deaf Community Activity. My husband
really enjoyed the documentary. I feel that it really opened my eyes to
the Deaf Community and helped me understand a lot more than I ever could
have in a class room setting. Thank you for all of your hard work on
piece, good luck with your endeavors.
You have moved me, inspired
me, motivated me, educated me. I NEED to see this film many times more.
I just watched the See
What I'm Saying trailer, award show previews, and almost every other
you have on youtube and I have 1 thing to say..... you are such a
person and the entire world (deaf and hearing) is truly blessed to have
you! The message in what you're doing is wonderful. I'll admit
it, I had tears in me eyes as I watched your movie clips. It touched me
in a way that I could have never imagined. I am sure I have crossed
with at least a few hearing impaired individuals in my life, but I
personally do not know anyone that is deaf. After watching your clips, I
wish I did. I've been shown a completely other view of the world, a
beautiful view, and my heart and mind have opened to it. I want to
more! I want to see this movie! I want to see where these people
(the 4 your movie follows) go in life and how they are able to get past
obstacles the hearing world has put in place. It really puts things in
perspective & makes me feel like my problems and challenges in life
really not so big when you start to look at the big picture called
life. I want to congratulate you and your cast & crew on a terrific job. Please keep me updated on your journey to get this movie released in
worldwide. I can't wait to see more!
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