Breathe movie plot

2022-04-06 08:01
, 28 , suffers from polio. In an instant, this young man full of dynamism and motor cells was knocked down. He was paralyzed from the neck down, unable to breathe without a machine, and even unable to speak for a while. The future is so bleak that Robin even begs his wife Dianato let him end his life. Diana, now pregnant, refuses to give in to Robin's negative energy. Although the doctor diagnosed Robin with only 3 months to live, Robin did not believe his fate and made the decision to be discharged from the hospital together with his wife.
Robin is connected to a ventilator at home, surrounded by family and friends, including his wife's brothers Bloggs and David, and Oxford University professor Teddy. And it was Teddy who ended up inventing and building a wheelchair with a built-in respirator that allowed Robin to move and rescued him from the tedious life of perpetually lying in bed   .
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  • Jerrell 2022-04-14 09:01:06

    This is the first time because a person I like (Ding Yuxi) recommended to watch it. The story is quite touching. In terms of artistry, the film critics are still a little bit sloppy. They are neat, neat, without surprises, and mediocre. The most touching thing is actually the ending of the credits. It turns out that the producer is the son of the two of them. I think it's great to be a filmmaker like a director or producer. You can shoot some personal or biographical things, or you can make a movie for someone and then dedicate it to him. very nice

  • Eleanora 2022-04-07 09:01:06

    Diana: Poor Robin, paralyzed for life. Robin: Yeah, I heard his poor wife was a saint. Diana: She is indeed a saint. Robin: Very beautiful saint.

Breathe quotes

  • Dr. Clement Aitken: May I begin by noting an interesting fact? At this conference on managing the lives of the severely disabled there are no disabled people present.

    [general laughter]

    Conference Chairman: Dr Aitken, forgive me, but the severely disabled are on life-support machines. So how could they be present?

    [loud laughter in the room]

    Dr. Clement Aitken: Um... well, allow me to introduce... um... Mr Robin Cavendish.

  • Robin Cavendish: Why do you keep your disabled people in prisons?

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