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A heartbreaking, but ultimately uplifting performance by eight-year-old Mandy Miller is at the centre of this sensitive drama, joint-directed by Ealing-legend Alexander MacKendrick along with Fred Sears. Mandy Garland is a child born deaf and unable to speak. Her parents, however, refuse to believe that Mandy is any different from any other little girl and begin their fight - with no small cost to their relationship - to do the best for their daughter, by enrolling her in a school for the deaf with the hope that some day Mandy will be able to speak.
Uplifting story about two friends, a frail boy with a chronic illness and his able-bodied but emotionally troubled outsider who he begins to tutor.
7–11 years 100 mins
Adaptation of William Gibson's inspirational play about Helen Keller, who became blind, deaf and mute at 18 months old, and was taught sign language.
11–16 years 102 mins
Moving true story of writer Dominique Bauby's stroke, which left him paralysed except for his left eye, with which he was able to dictate his memoir.
14+ years 107 mins
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