Hope

Hope is a care-free, fun-loving Deaf teenager... but a fatal diagnosis is about to change everything.

Drama. Hope is a fun loving Deaf 17 year old who's enjoying partying and is planning for the next stage of her studies.  When she is diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, her world is turned upside down.  How does she deal with her illness and the people around her, leaving her family and friends with a legacy of hope?  This moving short film is based on a true story.  It stars newcomers Julia Wejnar, Darlene Back and Liam McCabe, and was written by Lynn Stewart-Taylor and directed by David Ellington.  A VS1 Productions and Drummer TV production for BSLBT.

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  • Thank you to BSL Zone for providing yet another excellent film. "Hope" is a beautiful film, despite the outlook in the beginning. Great writing, awesome cast. I look forward to more of your films. 
    Posted on
    191021
  • Powerful drama.
    Well done to the team.
    Posted on
    191016
  • Great film, very brave young lady. Thank you for sharing this emotional true story. Great acting by all.
    Many thanks
    Dave
    Posted on
    191010
  • Amazing. The film was full of emotion, brilliant acting by all. Well done.
    Posted on
    191002
  • Wow wow very emotional film brilliant act love everything! 
    Posted on
    191001
  • A very moving account of someone and their family and friends coping with loss.
    Posted on
    191001
  • excellent story, a really powerful film. Well done to everyone involved - it made me cry! For her I will live every day as if it were my last. life is precious. 
    Posted on
    190926
  • A really moving film. Very well acted. 
    Posted on
    190926
  • Where was the interpreter for the doctors appointment? leaving Hope to ask the mum, what did she just say? 
    Posted on
    190926
  • It made me cry. Please give Darlene Back more work. She was brilliant, and made me cry as Hope's best friend.
    Posted on
    190923
  • What a tear-jerker that was!
    Very well done within 27 mins to capture the essential events...
     
    Posted on
    190923

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