Release Date: November 16th, 2016
Not Yet Rated|1 hr 30 min
In 1983, when writer John Hull goes blind just before the birth of his son, he starts making a diary on audio cassette to make sense of all the changes.
If the subject interests you, don’t let my mildly negative review dissuade you from going to see it. I would like to see it again myself, but this time in the version I can share with several of my relatives whose vision is no longer present. show more
Hull’s wisdom, and the agility of his insights as he struggles to make sense of his condition, form the basis of this elegant, evocative and deeply affecting documentary. show more
Notes on Blindness is more than sufficient to prove that sightlessness, however unwelcome, is a richer experience than we may assume. show more