An adorable deaf child yearning for his missing father. A protective single mother with a secret. A salty grandmother who knows best. In the wrong hands, these elements could have added up to a maudlin mess, but director/cinematographer Shona Auerbachand writer Andrea Gibb know most audiences need something more than just a good cry. For the umpteenth time since 9-year-old Frankie (Jack McElhone) was born, Lizzie Morrison (Emily Mortimer) and her mother, Nell (Mary Riggans), have packed up their few belongings and moved to another town. This time, however, they've moved to the port city of Glasgow and Frankie, who lost his hearing when he was very young, couldn't be...