Bridge to Silence (1989)

Bridge to Silence





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This made-for-TV film represented the first speaking role for hearing-impaired actress Marlee Matlin. A happy wife and mother, Matlin is grief-stricken when her husband is killed in a car accident. Still not fully recovered after several weeks, Matlin must rely on her mother Lee Remick to care for her young daughter. Matlin puts her life back together by joining a theatre troupe comprised of deaf actors, one of whose members is played by Phyllis Frelich, who originated the role in the Broadway … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Television
Directed By:
In Theaters:
On DVD: Feb 27, 1991



as Marge

as Peggy Lawrence

as Al Duffield

as Al Duffield

as Amanda Wingfield

as John Warner

as Gentleman Caller

as Dr. Block

as Atty. McHally

as Interpreter

as Court Clerk

as ICU Nurse

as Emergency Nurse

as Saleswoman

as Cab Driver

as Private Room Nurse

as Dr. Whitsett

as Nell Lang

as Tom Wingfield

as Emergency Doctor
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Wonderful performances by a talented cast, including Marlee Matlin in her first speaking role, cannot quite overcome a melodramatic story in which a deaf woman nearly loses custody of her daughter to the mother who never understand her. I always regards the deaf culture for the rights to communicate with hearing people to give great friendships and relationships that can make you understand positively.

Dean McKenna

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