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Film Details

Year

2021

Duration

39 minutes

Genres

Coming of Age, Documentary, Sport

Language

American Sign Language / English (English subtitles)


Synopsis

At Maryland School for the Deaf, the American football team are one of the best in the country. This documentary primarily follows senior athlete Amaree and his teammates, who are all hearing impaired. As a unit and a squad, they are very close and have their own methods of communication on the playing field but after recently losing their friend Teddy to suicide, things have begun to feel different. With Homecoming on the horizon, Amaree contemplates his grief after losing his friend and fights to defend his school’s winning streak. This fascinating and valuable insight into being a young, Deaf athlete also raises questions about the pressure young people are under in their formative years.

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