A wealthy, widowed quadraplegic hires a young, good-humored, black Muslim from the projects as his caretaker. Their bond proves the power and omniscience that love and friendship can hold over all social and economic differences.
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I felt good after watching this film, then a while later I felt sad. It's one of those film that work on your mind on so many levels that you can't really cap it under one feeling. I was laughing most of the movie, but at some point you feel like you need to cry on someone's shoulder. In short: touching.
When a snapshot in the life of a tetraplegic is the feel good movie of the year for me, I know I have found a gem. Interestingly enough the main reason for this, is the performance of the unknown to me Oman Sy, playing the role of the caretaker, oozing with innocence, charm and energy. This is one of that you'd want to watch again and again.