Thursday, October 02, 2008

ASL Films: 'The Legend of the Mountain Man'

The Legend of the Mountain Man

The Legend of the Mountain Man, set in picturesque Montana, features a typical, dysfunctional family of five. The father, who has been at odds with his parents for many years, decides to send his three children to his parents' ranch for the summer. The children unexpectedly encounter a creature, one that has never been seen nor recorded in history books. Viewers accompany the children on a heartwarming journey as they navigate the family's past and try to reconcile some of the estranged family members.
Directed by Mark Woods
Rated PG
116 minutes

Saturday, October 4 at 8 p.m.
Sunday, October 5 at 2 p.m.

Gallaudet University
Elstad Auditorium
Tickets: $10
To purchase tickets, contact Jenny.Nygaard@sprint.com.

For more information about the movie, visit www.ASLFILMS.com

2 comments:

Julie Layne said...

How is the movie done? Do all the characters use ASL?

The story sounds interesting! Reminds me of when I went to camp when I was a kid and the counselors scared us all to death by telling us there was a creature that wandered the surrounding mountains at night ... right before they sent us to bed. :)

Sharon Pajka-West,Ph.D. said...

I haven't seen the movie yet but the characters should all use ASL. ASL Films' website reads that they don't caption or use voice over.

I can't believe I didn't include the link to their website: www.aslfilms.com

I loved that about camp! My friends know that I LOVE to be scared. Even more than that, I enjoy telling a good scary story myself:)