Watch Notes on Blindness

Notes on Blindness

2016 Drama

In the late spring of 1983, days before the introduction of his first child, author and scholar John Hull went daze. So as to understand the change in his life, he started keeping a journal on audiocassette. Upon their production in 1990, Oliver Sacks portrayed the work as 'the most exceptional, exact, profound and lovely record of visual deficiency I have ever perused. It is to my mind a gem.' With select access to these unique recordings, NOTES ON BLINDNESS includes dreams, memory and creative life, exhuming the inside universe of visual impairment.

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