"Roger Ebert Presents at the Movies" Gives Voice to Physically Impaired

"Roger Ebert presents at the Movies" is exciting is because it gives voice to physically challenged people. This show proves that although someone may experience suffering and even "deformity" he can still make a positive contribution. Roger Ebert has admitted to feeling shy and embarrassed about changes to his face and body. He is open about the frustrations and limitations presented by his illness. Those are feelings we can all identify with. Ebert has gone on to say that "we spend too much time hiding illness". I believe that Roger Ebert's illness and suffering has given him a unique perspective on life, an advantage of special insight that those of us who have not experienced lack. Read more

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