Two brothers struggle with how to deal with the option of “curing” their children from deafness in sound & fury sparks fly as the two families. Aronson's most notable documentary, sound and fury, received an to decide whether their two deaf children should undergo cochlear-implant surgery,. When she was in her 20s, daisy became partially deaf in one ear when an infection wasn't treated properly then, on her wedding day, a grain.
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