“Lends boldly adventurous cinematic form to the heightened experiences of an articulate, eloquent, and soul-searchingly honest subject”~Mark Kermode, The Guardian
Aroview: An extraordinary audio cassette diary of the deterioration of academic John Hull's eyesight provides the source material for this detailed and beautiful account of the interior experience of the sight-impaired.
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3 stars (Good Enough) Patchy drama on Hull's blindness (Prof Religious Educ) & family. Neglects deafness cf Oliver Sacks' essay Mysteries of the Deaf (NYRB 1986). No music in Hull's world (Wikipedia). Fun extras eg Imogen's "Radio H' c.f. real Imogen in The Guardian~Sandy