[AI] T ZP: an interesting moovy to watch

Geetha Shamanna geetha at millernorbert.de
Fri Jan 11 10:19:17 EST 2008


I agree. The movie is very realistic. The only glitch I found in the movie 
was that the teacher who identifies the child's problem, educates his 
parents about it and provides support to the child, admits toward the end of 
the movie that he too was a dyslexic  as a child.  This could cause people 
to wrongly assume that only the disabled understand the plight of other 
disabled members. This is not true.

Geetha
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>I have seen the movie as well and the condition is very real. The portrayal
> of confusion and denial of the parents is very real. I know because I have
> accompanied parents of such a child for an evaluation to the n I m h and 
> it
> is very confusing because most of the people think it has something to do
> with brain damage when it definitely does not. It was an excellent movie 
> and
> quite close to the actual state.
>
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> [mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Syed Imran
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> Subject: [AI] T ZP: an interesting moovy to watch
>
> Hi folks
>
> What do you think about Tare Zamin par (TZP)?
> I had been to this moovy yesterday, and found it very encouraging. But I
> just would like to know if there's really something called dyslexia
> (spelling might be wrong, please excuse). I would like to know from those
> who have watched this moovy, whether it is merely exaduration, or it
> practically does exist in the society.
>
> With regards
> Syed Imran
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