Written by Natalia Lusinski Thursday, February 07, 2013, 11:39 AM
Imagine that you are your healthy, mobile self one day… and can barely speak or walk the next. All due to a hate crime.
That’s what happens to writer Robert Drake in Pamela Drynan’s documentary, Where I Am, after he is suddenly brutally attacked in his apartment in Sligo, Ireland over ten years ago. Now, Robert is paralyzed.
The film takes us through Robert’s journey back to Ireland. Drynan intersperses pictures of the former Robert, giving us glimpses into the life he had versus the one he has now -- which requires a personal assistant, Butch, and a wheelchair.Add a comment
Written by Natalia Lusinski Thursday, February 07, 2013, 11:33 AM
If Before Sunrise were made in today’s technologically savvy age, it would look a lot like Hank and Asha.
Asha (Mahira Kakkar), Indian but going to film school in Prague, contacts Hank (Andrew Pastides) after seeing his movie play at a festival -- only, he lives in New York. The two start a pen-pal sort of correspondence through short videos, gradually turning their friendship into more -- all without meeting face-to-face.Add a comment
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