Friday, October 25, 2013

WHEN I WALK: Documentary Film Rakes In Acclaim

The New York Times just gave my online buddy Jason DaSilva's new documentary film about dealing with MS a great review and made it a NYT Critic's Pick.  All of us in the MS community feel such a strong link with each other that I know I can safely say he is my buddy, even though I've never met him.  Jason is getting nominations and awards all over the place but until I read the review, I didn't quite get the depth of his talent as a filmmaker. "Fueled by its maker's uncompromising intelligence and unrelenting candor," is my favorite line.

When you have a chronic illness, it's so easy to have your life taken over by it.  To be recognized for excellence as a professional in your field is one of the best things that can happen. Congratulations, Jason!

To read the whole review, click here:

Filmmaker Chronicles His Battle With Illness

‘When I Walk,’ a Struggle With Multiple Sclerosis

NYT Critics' Pick