Friday, October 22, 2010

Review: Dinig Sana Kita (2009)

Genre: Independent

The story followed the first encounter and the development of friendship between a deaf dancer and a hearing rock musician. They could not have been more different. The deaf was abandoned as a child and grew up under the care of his special education teachers; the rocker lived with her parents who didn't seem to care about her. She took her private school education for granted; he was striving to get a good education. He longed for his biological family; she preferred to be in the company of her friends. Though different, they found that music, or the absence of aural perception of it, bound their lives together.

A beautifully depicted story. I want to watch it again!