Notes on Blindness

Notes on Blindness


A winner at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, this true-story tale depicts the audio tape diaries of John Hull, a man who kept track of his experience of suddenly going blind in the '80s.

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  • The tone is sober, unflashy, and Hull's reflections on God are presented without any hectoring or special pleading. Affecting and profoundly intelligent. Full Review

  • The depiction of early 1980s Britain - dark, rainy, almost entirely brown - is especially vivid. Full Review

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