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7cb1d79195 A television remake of William Gibson's classic play about Annie Sullivan's efforts to draw Helen Keller from her world of darkness, blindness, deafness and silence.
This film is a television remake of William Gibson&#39;s classic play about Annie Sullivan&#39;s efforts to draw Helen Keller from her world of darkness and silence.<br/><br/>This have been the first TV thing I&#39;ve seen of The Miracle Worker and I thought it was pretty good. There were some pretty and great scenes with some great acting and some bad ones.<br/><br/>The acting by Alison Elliott was probably the best in the cast. I couldn&#39;t say much with Hallie Kate Eisenberg, who plays Helen. One thing I didn&#39;t like about the play is the separation with Annie and her brother. I find it so fake that I didn&#39;t believe that subplot at all. I find it laughable.<br/><br/>This film is sometimes dramatic with some of it&#39;s bad scenes, since it was in the play, but it&#39;s a good remake and has some funny scenes.
When i was about seven years old, I read a fascinating book, unusual for me considering I wasn&#39;t really much for reading books (and still aren&#39;t). I read this one several times, mostly for the story but also for two very secret codes that no one else knew. I learned them to the extent that throughout my schooling, I could use either one of them quite proficiently. One of the codes was Braille, the other was the Manual Alphabet. The name of the book was &quot;the story of Helen Keller&quot;. It also gave me a lifetime of wanting to learn the entire American Sign Language. It would take fifteen years after first reading the book, but I would eventually learn some of this amazing language.<br/><br/>Now we jump to a time two years ago. My boss at the time, a truck driver and breeder of Great Danes, knowing I was very much an animal lover, asked if I&#39;d be interested in taking a deaf female great dane he&#39;d rescued from another breeder. The four month old puppy, a beautiful version of the coloring known as Harlequin, needed patience and extensive training. After several weeks working with her virtually every free moment, I was going to do something I&#39;d never once considered: I was going to give up on another living creature. I wasn&#39;t getting through. Nothing was working. I was getting truly frustrated because she didn&#39;t seem to be catching on. I was seriously considering sending her back to my boss, who would find her another home. Maybe I and Evony weren&#39;t supposed to connect... I told my mom of this plan, and she, the one who taught me my love of animals, asked me to give the puppy just a little while longer.<br/><br/>It was while I was sitting in the living room shortly after that, checking the schedule of the satellite TV that I noticed the title &quot;the miracle worker&quot;. Very familiar to the story of Anne Sullivan and Helen Keller (favorite book, remember), I switched it over to the movie. I watched it, taping it at the same time, then sat there a long time afterward. One idea of the movie stayed with me: If Annie Sullivan gave up, she was Helen Keller&#39;s last chance. Helen would be sent to an insane asylum (a common practise at the time for severely/multiple handicapped people). If, throughout the conflict, she had let go of that little hand, Helen Keller would have been just another sightless, soundless face in an asylum, instead of a leader and insp

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