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I Am Me (2015)

'I Am Me' tells the story of 24 year old Charlie, a young man with a learning disability and autism. Charlie loves gardening and books but hates shouting and graffiti. The story begins as ... See full summary »

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'I Am Me' tells the story of 24 year old Charlie, a young man with a learning disability and autism. Charlie loves gardening and books but hates shouting and graffiti. The story begins as Charlie is moving into his own flat. With Charlie's mum being ill and struggling with his care, Charlie's older brother Tom is keen that he takes steps towards living a more independent life. Over time though Charlie is targeted by local youths and the abuse starts to escalate. 'I Am Me' is a hard hitting and emotional film that explores many complex issues surrounding the effects of disability hate crime, in a thought provoking yet sensitive way.

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I Am Me (2015)
31 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

Fantastic hard hitting Film produced, starring and written by very talented people. Disability Hatecrime and Bullying very under reported this film portrays the issues that are experienced by the less vulnerable in society today. It is clearly every ones responsibility to take ownership and ensure those with Disabilities are safe. Don't be a bystander be an upstander if you see someone needs help. Not an option to stand by and do nothing. Tell someone, help or get help. Bullying lowest form of power against another. This Film is magnificent in getting the message and awareness across in the wider circle and public eye. Well done to everyone.


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