A World Without Boundaries 

An inside look into the world of blindness and vision loss.

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Updated: 26 March 2017
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Dr. Kimberly Kester Friedman ...
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Many people have no perception of a blind individual other than what they see on TV or in a movie; they think that they can play piano or some kind of musical instrument, or that they are loathsome miserable creatures that cannot do anything for themselves. Although I am sure there are some blind people that fit both bills, along with sighted people, they are missing all the people in between, normal people that lead a normal life despite their limited or no vision. The purpose of this film is to show a cross section of the blind community, from the extremely talented people that build, make and shape their community, to the person that is active in blind interests groups, to the person that goes to work and comes home and they are just living their life just like any other individual, sighted or blind. We will show the good and the bad issues associated with the topic of blindness, but we will focus on the strength of those in the blind community that are living a normal healthy ... Written by chris chaos

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