56m 55s | Biographic
Jacob Nossell’s cerebral palsy has been a part of his life since before he was born. Intelligent and funny, Jacob’s physical difficulties have led him to question his place in society - or if he even has one. The film follows Jacob as he produces a play that asks the audience if he has a right to live and if children with conditions similar to his deserve to be brought into the world. Exploring where the boundaries of ‘normal’ exist, and if they exist at all, this film looks at the profound effects a small fissure in the brain can have and where society's rejection of disabled people comes from.