This beguiling documentary from 2004 takes us on a remarkable journey with Evelyn Glennie, one of the world's foremost musicians, a Grammy-winning classical percussionist whose solo work is unrivalled. She is also deaf.
While exploring the role of deafness in Glennie’s music-making, Touch the Sound challenges our understanding of the senses and celebrates Glennie’s uncanny gifts. Painstaking crafted and wonderfully cinematic, Touch the Sound engages the ears, the eyes and heart to rousing effect.
Running time: 1h59, including ads and trailers.
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