When I Walk
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Filmmaker Jason DaSilves documents his body's decline.
Director: Jason DaSilva
The arc and uplift of the story might be familiar, but thanks to DaSilva’s magnetism and skillful direction, this is way more than a conventional weeper. show more
When I Walk makes it very clear that Jason isn’t all alone despite his support system. Rather, his support system, including his mom, makes him who he is, even more than his malfunctioning legs and hands. show more
When I Walk is extraordinarily accomplished, poignant, and wise. show more