Cotton Wool Trailer #1 (2017) | Movieclips Indie

Cotton Wool Trailer #1 (2017) | Movieclips Indie



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US Release Date: 2017
Starring: Leanne Best, Crissy Rock, Kate Rutter 
Directed By: Nicholas Connor
Network: Amazon
Synopsis: The story of a 7-year-old boy (Max Vento) who struggles to care for his mother (Leanne Best) after she survives a stroke, with little-to-no help from his older sister (Katie Quinn).

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6 Comments

  1. I believe that the female character in the short film, suffered a stroke. If you'd permit me to explain,in the simplest way possible, a stroke is a sudden interruption in the blood supply of the brain. It can occur quickly and sometimes without warning.
    Some years ago, my mother had a stroke. It left her unable to speak and walk properly. Since then, she's undergone treatment, and therapy (physical/speech). The attack was severe. My mother is now living with me. She is in much better condition now, but speech is still difficult. Mum is able to walk, requires some assistance.
    I had read about this short and it's accolades. The film was assisted in its research by The Stroke Association of the UK.
    I am happy that an attempt has been made to put some light on a seriously debelitating condition.

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