For more than a generation now, cochlear implants have, for some, been transforming the experience of deafness. In this week’s Op-Doc, “Between Sound and Silence,” director Irene Taylor Brodsky delves into conversation with a cohort of people living that transformation.

Herself the child of deaf parents and the mother of a deaf son, Brodsky delves into a complex realm where deafness and hearing, rather than absolute states, are territories of human experience to be bridged and explored.

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