My Left Foot, starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Brenda Fricker, celebrates the life and achievements of the artist and writer Christy Brown who was born with Cerebral Palsy and could only control his left foot.
This film is screening as part of the Neurocinema series which shows film concerning particular neurological conditions accompanied by a talk or presentation by an expert on the condition. Our guest speaker for My Left Foot will be Professor Gus Baker, Professor of Clinical neuropsychology from The Walton Centre.
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