At first this thought-provoking documentary is about a seemingly miraculous new technology cochlear implants that enables many deaf people to hear a wide range of sounds. By the time it ends, it's become a moving look at the choices parents make on
their children's behalf, and the reasons behind those choices. The film starts with five-year-old Heather, one of three deaf children born to a deaf Long Island, NY, couple, Peter and Nita Artinian. Prompted by Peter's hearing mother, Heather announces to her parents that she'd like a cochlear
implant, a small electrode that's surgically implanted in the ear, then activated by an external magnetic device. W...