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Red Chapel, The
In this Sundance favorite, a journalist with no scruples and two Danish/Korean
comedians?one a self-proclaimed 'spastic' with cerebral palsy?travel to North
Korea under the guise of cultural exchange. Mixing biting humor and incisive
investigative skills the troupe exposes a totalitarian regime long suspected of
shunning its disabled population.
travel, cerebral palsy, community impact, award-winning
Riding My Way Back
Robin Fryday, Peter Rosenbaum
When Staff Sergeant Aaron Heliker returned from multiple deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan with traumatic brain injury, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, third-degree burns and nerve damage, he was introduced to the unlikeliest of saviors: a horse named Fredand.
veterans, sports, friendship
Run and Jump
When an optimistic Vanetia Casey and her family are challenged by her husbands
recent suffering from a stroke, they are forced to adapt to their familiar family members
stroke induced personality. In desperate need of help coping with this struggle, Ted
Fielding, an American Doctor, arrives in Ireland to observe Conor Casey's condition.
When a new friendship emerges between Ted and Vanetia, Ted's continued presence in the Casey household provides much more than a professional service.
family, stroke, romance, drama
Run If You Can
A gripping story of friendship and a love triangle between frustrated Ben, who is in a
wheelchair, his playful caretaker, Christian, and Annika, the dreamer, musician and object of
both men's desire. When the relationships heat up, Annika cannot decide between the two
men. Together they create an adventure filled with imagination and desire. But what starts out
as a game becomes serious when Ben faces his biggest fear.
friendship, love, wheelchair, physical disability