The now-classic film that introduced Marlee Matlin, the first Academy-award winning actress who happened to be deaf. I saw both the play on Broadway and the film. When I saw the Broadway play, I was still a child and all I remember is that Phyllis Frelich (deaf) was the star. When I saw the movie, I was a student at Gallaudet University and I loved the scene of Marlee Matlin swimming with William Hurt.An excellent documentary that has been nominated for awards. It is about two families struggling with the decision of whether or not to get a cochlear implant for a child.This is the original version with Patty Duke. I saw it when I was a child, when it was shown at my local community college, as one of the captioned films for the deaf.About a musician whose son is deaf. I thought it was alright, but was not particularly impressed. Maybe you will feel differently.