Synopsis: The story begins in a bustling café. The sound of chatter fills the air. We see that everyone has a number floating above their heads. As we flit in and out of conversations we come to realize that the numbers are ticking down with each word uttered. We focus our attention on a man that has run out of words completely. He sits alone and despondent. A deaf girl with an extremely large number above her head notices and approaches him. She teaches him how to sign his name in American Sign Language and introduces him to her friends, who accept him as one of their own.
Director: Isaiah J. Moore - is a deaf director and writer. However, his first language is American Sign Language rather than English. He is a student recently graduated from San Diego State University where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Television, Film and New Media. "I have learned so much from working on the films with diverse casts and crews," he writes. He is always trying to improve his communication skills. He writes, "It does not matter that I am deaf. I strive to do my best every day. I do not hesitate to do what is needed to make a project successful. I am very proud of my accomplishments."