Best and Most Beautiful Things
A Young, Disabled Woman Finds Her Place in the World

Best and Most Beautiful Things - A Young, Disabled Woman Finds Her Place in the World
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Everyone is unique and special. nice documentary and glad to see Michelle have become independent and strong.

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Beautiful and inspiring!

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a quite amazing film about a fascinating person. disabled people are often robbed of their sexuality in popular
portrayals but this film represents an exception.

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A moving documentary and a realistic glimpse into disability, maturity, love, loss and independence.. prepare for a little angst

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