Portrayals of People with Disabilities

  • 10. The Intouchables

  • 5.3
  • Inspired by the true story of the unlikely friendship between an aristocratic millionaire and his immigrant caregiver, who was hired to look after him following a paragliding accident that left him...Read more quadriplegic.



  • 8. The King's Speech

  • 7.2
  • King George VI is crowned king of England after his brother abdicates the throne ,but he struggles with his debilitating speech impediments and he's surrounded by those who doubt his ability to...Read more lead the country. The king starts up with a private speech therapist with unconventional strategies along with the help of his wife Elizabeth.


  • 7. What's Eating Gilbert Grape

  • 5.8
  • In his father's absence, Gilbert has shouldered the responsibility for his family, including his mentally-disabled brother Arnie. As he grows resigned to his lot in life with his low wage and...Read more dead-end job, he finds romance in the newcomer Becky and faces a difficult choice between love and family.


  • 6. I Am Sam

  • 6.8
      • MPAA
      • PG-13
  • As he tries to regain custody of his daughter, the mentally disabled Sam ends up teaching his cynical lawyer what it means to have unconditional love for someone.



  • 4. Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

  • 6
      • مصري
      • All Ages
  • Oskar, a nine-year-old amateur inventor, Francophile and pacifist, searches New York City for the lock that matches a mysterious key left behind by his father, who tragically died in the World Trade...Read more Center on September 11, 2011. The people he meets along the way help him confront his pain and start the healing process.


  • 3. Bad Hurt

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  • The story of a family who battles their way through personal demons and destructive secrets that threaten their unity, as it chronicles their downfall and their sole weapon in the battle: hope.


  • 2. Massafat Mile Bihidayi

  • 5.7
      • MPAA
      • PG-13
  • Saeed lives in the slums of Casablanca, Morocco, in an area filled with homeless and poor people. This exposes him to violence and sexual exploitation in the streets, at work and at home. He journeys...Read more through life constantly fighting to live with dignity away from a corrupt world of crime.


  • 1. A Boy Called Po

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      • MPAA
      • PG
  • After his wife died of cancer, an exhausted engineer struggles to take care of his isolated son. But the boy retreats into a world of imagination in response to bullying and ridicule.