Don't know how right and proper behavior should be for disabled people? • "Perfect" provides all the answers everyone must know, from the disabled themselves, without going round and round
From "Perfect" // courtesy of HOT
Asaf Greenbaum is a senior editor in television. He is crippled with half his body from age 5, and although he has been dealing with the disability for years, he has never reconciled with her and that she is part of it. He embarks on a journey where he meets other disabled people who tell their story: a helicopter pilot who crashed, a basketball player who suffered a spinal stroke, a high-tech man injured in an accident in the East - each telling how his life had turned around in an instant.
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Many times we do not know how to behave when there is a disabled person next to us - to offer help, not to treat his disability at all? The disabled themselves also talk about this - they are aware that they see them and do not always know how to behave.
"Perfect" does to a certain extent what it did "What's the question?" Of "here." It opens to the viewer a whole world that is mostly unfamiliar, and answers many questions that people with disabilities might not want to ask and never dare. Precisely because Assaf is disabled himself, he knows how to bring stories from his own world, but mostly knows what to ask the other participants in the series.
"Perfect" is an important series that manages to intrigue and excite and engage with Thessalonians, in the everyday lives of each of its heroes. She speaks at heart and will make you stop for a second and thank you for what and who you have, and understand how fragile everything is in life.
"Perfect" - HOT VOD
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