#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – While wandering the neon-lit streets of New York City, desperate to find shelter, Tereek, an unhoused teenager living on the margins of society, comes across Artie, a deafblind man trying to get home. Reluctantly, Tereek decides to lend a hand, only to find himself bonding with his unlikely new friend. And, little by little, as the perfect strangers embark on a silent, night-long journey in the heart of the city, a life-altering transformation begins to take place. Is love the essence and purpose of being human?
Plot: While wandering around New York, 18-year-old Tereek encounters Artie, a deaf-blind man trying to get home.
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the other shoes
Greetings again from the darkness. Think back to the days when we interacted with other people … shopping at stores and walking city sidewalks. Now imagine you are out late one night, and you spot someone standing on a street corner. They are holding a sign that reads “Deaf-Blind. Need help”. Do you help or do you walk on by?
Writer-director Doug Roland based this 18 minute short film on a real life encounter he had with a deaf-blind person. In his film, we first see Tereek (Steven Prescord) as a young man walking the streets and hanging out with friends. Ultimately, he has nowhere to go and nowhere to sleep. From across the street, he spots Artie (Robert Tarango) holding a sign like the one mentioned above. Initially awkward, Tereek figures out how to communicate with Artie and helps him to his bus stop.
Mr. Tarango is a deaf-blind actor, and makes it easy for us to believe Tereek would connect with him in this situation. Filmmaker Roland handles the encounter with the sensitivity and realism it deserves, and both actors are terrific. The film helps re-store our faith in humanity at a time it’s desperately needed, and reminds us that there is always someone facing greater challenges than ours. Putting ourselves in the shoes of others makes the Golden Rule a natural instinct.
Serene and beautiful
Feeling Through is a very human short film. Human in the deep sense of empathy for the struggles of others despite personal hardships. The silence that drives most of the movie is the human mind at peace. Such a well made and well meaning short film that deserves all the praise it gets.
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Genre Short, Drama
Director Doug Roland
Writer Doug Roland
Actors Steven Prescod, Robert Tarango, Francisco Burgos
Country United States
Awards Nominated for 1 Oscar. 103 wins & 26 nominations total
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