The Intouchables Movie Review

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I have waited impatiently for this movie to come out on DVD. My husband couldn’t understand why in the world I would want a movie that I had to read subtitles all the way through the whole thing, but let me tell you it was worth reading it all the way through!!

I shared with the laughs and even the tears. It is a very heart warming movie. It reminds us that even if a person can’t move their physical body and they have a sound mind that they are still a person with plenty of emotional feelings. I personally get that from being bed ridden so many times in my life.

I was blessed with the ability to still write or hold a book on my own, but if I couldn’t do that I have no clue how I’d be able to survive worth a dime. I went insane just from not being able to get up and walk on my own. I must have a sense of independence.

However, this movie shows us that people regardless of their impairments still long to make a sense of connection with others. Plus they want to be treated like a human being and not someone who we have pity on or are on tip toes around. It shows that they can do a lot of the things that others can, but it may be in a different manner.

I totally utterly enjoyed this movie!!! I highly recommend it for anyone (provided you can read or speak French.)

 

 

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Crystal Green

I'm Crystal. I'm married to Del, and mother to Jimmy. Some might say that my life is perfect because I get to do all the cliché wife things like cooking, cleaning, and decorating - but there's more! I also have many hobbies including needlework (crochet), sewing, and reading. My son's education is important, so we homeschool him together.

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