I have a "one word" complaint about Pam Lopez-Johnson's May 29 article, " 'See No Evil'? Deaf Actors Say They Do."
She wrote that the movie "See No Evil, Hear No Evil" "isn't drawing many laughs from members of the hearing-impaired community. They say the film just reinforces age-old stereotypes."
That's just not fair and it's just not accurate. If Ms. Lopez-Johnson had used the term " some members of the hearing-impaired community," that would have been fair and accurate.
I feel each of those quoted is entitled to his or her opinions . . . but the opinions are not at all representative of the hearing-impaired community.