Helen Keller is one of the most renowned personages of the 20th century, and yet most people only know her as that young girl, deaf and blind from infancy, who astounded the world by learning not only how to read and write but also to speak.
Few people, however, know very much else about Helen Keller.
The 1955 Academy Award® winning documentary, Unconquered, Helen Keller in Her Story, narrated by Katharine Cornell and directed by Nancy Hamilton, presents the adult Helen Keller, the internationally recognized and respected spokesperson and advocate for the disabled, and this movie also reveals Helen Keller as a whole person, one who partakes in the ordinary joys of life - entertaining guests, going shopping, enjoying flowers, and doing mundane chores - despite her afflictions.
In addition to enhanced new materials, this DVD, as with all Nobility Studios titles, uses the original film in order to provide the highest possible image quality.
The Nobility Studios original production, VISIONS in Silent Darkness, uses new research and goes further to show Helen Keller as not just acclaimed and capable but, rather, as an exceptional intelligence and a brilliant thinker in her own right - an exemplar for all people and all times.