"I think it is an excellent film for communicating and raising awareness of what it is to live with Parkinson's and its impact on family relationships as well as the person diagnosed. It raises all those issues that people who have chronic conditions face, of how to still be fully acknowledged as a complex and wonderful human beings and not reduced to a collection of symptoms, only existing in a medicalised vaccuum.
It also seems to me to be a film all medics should see as part of their training and ongoing CPD, reminding them of the impact made by how they deliver a diagnosis and the importance of what happens - or is not in place - in terms of support in the immediate aftermath of that diagnosis. That the film is artistic and has a different aesthetic from an instructional film makes it all the more powerful in its potential impact on those who meet people who have Parkinson's during the course of their work." - Amanda Fogg (Dance for Parkinson's UK).