THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
“What it deals in, regardless of how buoyant its characters, are the most serious issues imaginable."
Weekend Edition's Scott Simon explores sound, silence, and the closeness of generations.
The Washington Post
"“Moonlight” makes its points softly, but with resounding conviction."
“‘The film is an ode to silence': Filmmaker Irene Taylor Brodsky shines a light on deafness in Moonlight Sonata.”
“To make a personal film, you’ve really got to want to tell the story; in a way, you have to be ruthless.”
“As anyone who has ever had to get tech support from a teenager will relate to, the technology that is nearly magical to his grandparents is no big deal to Jonas.”
“As science eradicates deafness, a mother ponders the extinction of a community.”
“Any memoir runs the risk of being too indulgent.”
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