Please come along to our showing of this award-winning film.
The film is the hard-hitting story of Neil Platt - a 33 year old British architect who developed motor neurone disease shortly after the birth of his son. Paralysed from the neck down with only months to live, he tells his story to help raise awareness of this devastating disease and dedicates the film to his one year old son, Oscar. Collaborating with filmmakers Emma Davie and Bafta Award winning Morag McKinnon, he used his remaining months to communicate about his illness. He also wrote a blog, 'The Plattitude', and committed himself to playing a part in making MND history by inspiring a community of people to join the fight.
(There is no charge, though donations will be welcome on the night)
PLEASE PHONE CAROL MACKILLOP ON 01224 326228 OR ALAN OSWALD ON 01224 317244.
To see the trailer please follow this link: http://muvi.es/w2784
1 Beaconsfield Pl
Aberdeen AB15 4AB
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