This 50-minute drama is an experimental study of life in the East End of London. The film concentrates on a pair of adult deaf mutes who form a united front against the cruelties of the world. Able to withstand the stares and taunts of adults, the two protagonists aren’t quite as lucky when they’re targeted for ridicule by a group of insensitive children. Twenty-five-year-old novice director Lorenza Mazzeti ends his narrative with sudden and unexpected tragedy. Serving as editor for Together was Lindsay Anderson, taking a break from his directorial responsibilities on the TV series Robin Hood.