wako’s review published on Letterboxd:
“This film is in sign language. There are no translation, no subtitles, no voice-over.” It's graceful and intriguing from the beginning.
I can understand Japanese sign language a little, but I don't know other ones. So at first, I worried about I couldn't understand the story. However, I didn't have to worry at all. Rather, I forgot they have hearing impairment. They were alive violently. There were many long takes, and it was like a documentary movie. It was so impressed.
I concentrated on watching this. I didn't know movie can express like this…
BTW, I want the dark blue T-shirt which has Italian picture.