hey Dave Jordan,
why you are complaining about speaking and signing at same time? can you read subtitles? what is wrong if you have eyes? you hearing is in our pain asshole!we, deaf, always find difficult access into Media world, e.g. cinema or TV are not always have subtitles,you hearing can understand or laugh from the media but what about Deaf people? now you are complaining about the subtitles and you want them to speak for you to listen? the drama was super for me! if not for you, then shut up,Dave Jordan! - William Peter
23 Sep 09
Double Sentence makes a hearing viewer realise how cut off and lonely for a prisoner - therefore a "double sentence" for deaf offenders. An excellant vehicle to make hearing people aware of how cruel people can treat the deaf. - Rita Koten
23 Sep 09
I completely agree with this review. Although a very good idea, the piece was structurally undeveloped and lacked a clear linear story line. The dialogue felt unnatural and forced, while the set (which was very well designed) was not used to its full potential. The actors were clearly dedicated to their respective roles and they all performed to a good standard. - Kristen Nicole Vogelsang
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