Coming Home

A young Deaf man uncovers a dark secret about his past, in this compelling drama from director Louis Neethling

Drama. A young Deaf man goes on a journey that leads to him discovering the truth about his past. After finding out that his real mother has died, Mark travels to her home. There, he discovers a tragic family secret that threatens to change his life forever. Starring Matthew Gurney and Sophie Stone, this film was written by Rebecca Atkinson and directed by Louis Neethling.

This film has full subtitles for both deaf and hearing viewers.

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  • The best BSLBT film ive seen. Absolutely brilliant, so moving! Fantastic cast. Well done all!
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  • brilliant programme , was too caught up in this mystery and hope for next programmeS !  Love it! 
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    160704
  • Told so well......
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  • it really cool and i love it i wish BSL Zone
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    150529
  • Great story! Couldn't tear myself away, and I wanted more. Very sad ending though. I loved the part of Kate. The actress did a great job.
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    150508
  • What a very sad story and so well played by wonderful actors. I am quite left with a "more" feeling as the story ends too abruptly.
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    150122
  • Very powerful drama.
    Thank you.
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    150120
  • Absolutely compelling.
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    150115
  • I am studying bsl level 3 and i hope this will help me
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  • It was good....
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    150114
  • Enjoyed very much. What a twist to the end!

    Sibling rivalry for affection's so sad. Without voice, so much worse. Children are all the same, deaf or hearing.

    Jealously...so destructive, even from such innocent children.
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  • Loved this show - came across it by accident ! I'm not deaf, so would not normally seek out specialist BSL output, but I will from now on - well done all. A particular joy seeing a familiar area (east coast) on film.
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    150114
  • Absolutely thought provoking
    Enjoyed watching immensely
    Thank you for such an amazing short drama
    Am also adopted
    Brilliantly portrayed
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    150112
  • hi i am deaf i live for scotland but i am bsl sign but i am deaf i will help for chirldren been love bsl zone xxxx bye bsl zone
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    141223
  • Powerful drama. Only thing I found confusing was that the adoptive parents didn't sign at all. Especially Frank - he had a Deaf cousin and raised a Deaf (signing) child.

    The use of light and shade was brilliant, especially the "still shots" between scenes. The cutting back and forth was done well, and scenes with the shop lady and the vicar showed how differently hearing people can behave to Deaf. In fact, I'm glad the film didn't give in to the easy "stupid hearies" trope... making it all the stranger that the hearing parents were so oral.
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    141223
  • Wow, i'm nearly in tears! A beautiful-tragic story coupled with a fantastic cast. Well done.
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  • Whoa, this story was ... interesting but made me sad!
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    140531
  • Wow storyline make me emotion to watch it .. Well done team
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  • Oh gosh what a brilliant storyline and actors !!! Now im addicted to zoom focus. Thanks
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    130827
  • Wow! I was on the edge of my seat the whole way through. What a great drama, great acting and great twist at the end. Briliant!
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