The premise sounds contrived but I am a willing sucker for this type of thing. A struggling musician meets a girl and it's love at first sight. Problem is that she's deaf. With an obvious divide the two take a chance on each other, refusing to let difficulty stop something potentially life changing. And that's all I need to say. You know exactly where the movie is taking you but with this type of story you just cross your fingers that the journey there is a good one. I ignored the first two warning signs with this movie... firstly the title is so cheesy and secondly Cybill Shepherd stars as the girls domineering mother. I put my doubts aside and hit play. The movie looks great. Its shot really well and the two leads are good. Unfortunately the original music in the film is absolute tripe... and I mean bad in every sense. These are the type of songs with lyrics that recall my own self-written songs from when I was 8 years old. You know the type.... "I was walking down the street". All of my songs started with those lyrics. And so given that this is a movie that heavily relies on its music, it fails miserably. Masochistically I persisted and made it to the end.... and the first thing I did then was to then watch "Once".