Wind On The Moon

Institute History

  • 2013 Sundance Documentary Film Grant


Born deaf and blind, Yeji has absolutely no language; no sign language nor braille letter. Her mother writes a daily diary in a life long attempt to decode Yeji's wild gestures. With no miracle or sign of improvement, we learn everything about what it means to be human and to love without language.


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