London Film Festival 2017 focuses on disabilities

There's a notable trend at this year's London Film Festival. Several of the films focus on disabilities, but the theme has not been welcomed by all disability supporters.

    There's a notable trend at this year's London Film Festival.

    Several of the films focus on disabilities, but the theme has not been welcomed by all disability supporters.

    The opening film is Breathe, the true story of a polio patient who pioneered a new treatment.

    Al Jazeera's Charlie Angela explains.


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