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Since the summer, we've encouraged everyone to go to the theaters to see The Intouchables. The French film is based on a true-story about a man living with paralysis and the relationship with his caregiver. It is honest, funny, and real. Reeve Foundation President & CEO, Peter Wilderotter, previously wrote a piece for The Huffington Post about the film. Read it here.
In cased you missed it in the theaters, now is your chance to see it, no excuses; it is out on DVD and our Paralysis Resource Center's lending library has it for you to check out. You can borrow the book, You Changed My Life, that the movie was based on,
Click here to access the lending library.
The Intouchables was also honored at the Reeve Foundation's 2012 A Magical Evening gala.
Happy viewing everyone, and if you liked it, be sure to tell us why.
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