Voices is a 1979 film directed by Robert Markowitz and starring Michael Ontkean and Amy Irving. It features a score by songwriter Jimmy Webb.


Rosemarie Lemon is a young deaf woman and teacher of deaf children whose dream of becoming a dancer is not supported by her mother (Viveca Lindfors). Drew Rothman is a truck driver working for the family business whose ambition to become a singer is ridiculed by his brother and father, who all live with the grandfather in an apartment in Hoboken, New Jersey.