Moment by Moment

“Moment By Moment ” is a film by Emmy winning film maker Dorothy Fadiman. It is the documentary of Molly Hale, who suffered a spinal cord injury in an automobile rollover, and after being told there was no hope for movement below her shoulders, proceeded to rehabilitate herself and continues to recover. “Moment By Moment” is Molly’s story, a story about disabilities, health and healing, attitude, choice and intention, sex, intimacy, and relationships.

This film is appropriate viewing for anyone with or without a disability, their family, friends and extended community. We envision getting this into the hands of physicians and rehab specialists, and anyone who serves or cares about people who are aging or who has a disability. Your support in getting out the word is appreciated.”

As taken from the website

Here is the movie:

I didn’t want to write my own review on the film, as I felt it is inappropriate of me judge someone so incredible, someone who deserves so much respect. In any case, I would only have positive things to say anyway. I don’t think my opinion matters, when the message from this film is so strong.


About EarlyMorningBreeze

I am a student in University College Cork, doing a BScGenetics. My interests are extremely diverse, however, there is a particularly special one of those that I would like to concentrate on here. I would consider one of my biggest passions to be campaigning and raising awareness for people with disabilities and the issues that they face. In October 2010 I was elected UCC Student's Union first ever Disability Officer and I am incredibly proud of that. I have recently been re-elected to the above position, to serve for another year, and I have also been elected as the Union of Students in Ireland Disability Rights Officer for the academic year- 2011/2012. If you are someone who shares this passion with me, watch this space for overviews of the events and campaigns I will be holding in the above 2 positions, as well as a lot of interesting and informative videos and articles that I come across.

Posted on April 30, 2011, in Inspirational People, Uncategorized and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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