Andrew Garfield is excellent as Robin Cavendish.
Breathe is produced by Cavendish's son, Jonathan, and is directed by Andy Serkis, Jonathan's business partner. So there is a little extra gloss on the film, but it doesn't get in the way of the bigger true story..............
For an $8 ticket, you get $10.53 worth of entertainment.
Beautiful scenes even if a little imagination us needed at times.
A movie that will appeal to a wide audience.
an inspiring, emotional, and powerful true story of Robin Cavendish being struck with polio at 28 deciding to truly live and didn't want to sit around waiting to die
Robin and his wife, Diana never gave up and understood the risks, it was astounding too that he had access to the first ever wheelchair for the severely disabled and wanted the rest of the community to have access to it
hospitals for victims felt more like prison cells given that they never saw the light of day and were confined to staying inside the rest of their lives
Robin wanted to live a life truly worth living, everyone deserves that despite the limitations
the chemistry between the two leads is one to behold and the passion behind this story is one to consider deeply
being disabled isn't a death sentence, it's a chance to have the kind of life no one else could ever imagine
no cheap sentimentality here thankfully because director Andy Serkis observes the human element very closely