The movie is loud with people talking in sign language. Barbara wants to teach her child her native tongue: sign language. Congresswoman Yamer emphasizes that people with impairment should stand in solidarity to demand basic rights. The society tries to disregard ways to speak with hands, not mouth. Yet, there are people who let their existence known to others, more loudly and uproariously with ‘hands’.
Dariusz Kowalski was born in Poland in 1971; today he lives and works in Vienna. He studied Visual Media Design at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna under Professor Weibel and Professor Fürstner, achieving his Diploma in 2004. At present he is an Assistant in the Department of Contemporary Media at the University of Arts and Industrial Design, Linz. He was awarded the Outstanding Artist Prize for Visual Arts in 2008. Filmography (selection): Richtung Nowa Huta 2012 - 78’ HD documentary film 2012 Großer Diagonale Prize for Best Documentary Optical Vacuum 2008 - 54’ experimental documentary film Special Mention / First Film Prize – 2008 Festival International du Documentaire Marseille Luukkaankangas-updated,revisited 2005 - 8’ experimental film Golden Impakt Award 2006 - Impakt Film Festival 2006 Special Award - Short Competition, Split Film Festival 2005 Website: https://dariuszkowalski.org/