Hey folks, Harry here... I've been in a wheelchair for going on 12 years now. Genetic Spinal Stenosis is a fun thing to end up with. Though I feel lucky, even blessed that it got me. I'm not sure if I would've met my wife without it. Actually - a lot of really great things in my life. Most of all, the people you meet in Rehab. Young kids that wound up in car accidents, swimming pool accidents, gymnastic, BMX bikes, Football... then the older folks suffering from a plethora of worse things than me - and then there's the people in Rehab that just stop living one day. It's easier for people to some how not think about it - but all the work of the past century to now - to make people with disabilities continue to contribute to society - well... all of that begins with this story that Andy Serkis has chosen to tell... With Andrew Garfield playing Robin Cavendish who really really changed things for the better for people striken without cause with a terrible disability. The film stars Claire Foy as his amazing wife that kept him going against all odds! Here's the trailer:
Film is hitting October 13th!
Keep it cool,