One of Them is Brett
Race & Equality • 29m
Roger Graef and The Thalidomide Society's groundbreaking film about Brett, a boy born without arms, introduced the plight of Thalidomide children to the world. We see touching and personal scenes from his home life - rough and tumble with his brothers, meal times and other practical activities, revealing Brett's extraordinary dexterity with his feet and his determination. Brett's mother's deeply personal narration describes how family life has been affected and how hurtful people's comments can be - both to her, as a mother who took thalidomide, and in relation to Brett's physical appearance.
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