Apple's Whimsical Film Is a Hopeful Fable About Speech Accessibility

Taika Waititi directed the ad, which is accompanied by a children's storybook

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Apple broke ground in advertising last year with “The Greatest,” a joyful film representing people with disabilities in their everyday lives. Now it followed up that effort with a childhood fable focused on speech accessibility.  

The tech brand released “The Lost Voice,” directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Taika Waititi and coinciding with International Day of Persons With Disabilities Dec. 3. The film unfolds as a narrated children’s story, with magical creatures and a journey through beautiful landscapes. 

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