Notes on Blindness – Short Film Produced by Independent filmmakers, who are supported in part by the nonprofit Sundance Institute.

We came across this this other day – it’s a really beautifully shot and thought provoking short film.

In 1983, after years of deteriorating vision, the writer and theologian John Hull lost the last traces of light sensation. For the next three years, he kept a diary on audio-cassette of his interior world of blindness. This film is a dramatization that uses his original recordings.

You can read the whole story here on the New York Times Opinion Pages

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