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Sighted viewers should be thankful enough; for cinemagoers who've suffered or who are suffering sight problems, Notes on Blindness might well comprise the most powerful -- and most empowering -- audio-described screening in years.
English writer and theologian John Hull, who went blind in the early 1980s and kept an audio diary of his experience, is the subject of this thought-provoking film, which takes an unusual if not always successful approach to the documentary form.