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This unusual documentary (or 'rockumentary') follows the adventures of Heavy Load, a punk band with a difference - all its members have some form of disability. However, this bunch don't let that get in the way of trying to make it - they have the same dreams, passions and ego issues as any 'normal' group. We follow 'The Load' over the course of two years as they record their debut album. This is an uplifting and hilarious film for all the right reasons: you never feel sorry for these people (not that they'd want your sympathy) - you can only admire them for their righteous desire to rock.
Wheelchair-bound Lars and Philip and their blind mate Jozef, all in their twenties, embark on a coming of age journey to end their virginity.
14–16 years 109 mins
Unsentimental but optimistic film about two wheelchair-bound characters who form a strong bond with each other and their devoted, no-nonsense carer.
14+ years 100 mins
Canada-set sports documentary that challenges preconceptions about disability.
14+ years 82 mins
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