Stephen Joyce has never heard a sound since birth. He’s never heard his child laugh - or cry. Throughout his life he’s fought to overcome every obstacle in his silent world, but now he faces his greatest challenge as his condition, Usher Syndrome, delivers its cruellest blow. It’s a moment that touches our darkest fears.
“Losing My Senses spurned all facile melodrama in quietly telling its tale and was thus all the more inspirational. When life next throws an obstacle in your path, no matter how apparently major, think of Stephen Joyce’s steady progress towards whatever lies ahead of him and vow to walk in his footsteps.” David Belcher, The Herald.
Director: Sarah Howitt
Producer: John Archer