You see, I've had a life

United States, 1972

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Paul is a 13-year-old typical all-American boy, but with a difference - he has leukaemia. Fortunately his family does not seek to hide ten reality of his illness but tries to share and face the experience with him. The film is particularly useful with teenage children as they will readily identity with the principle subject.



Ben Levin

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Eccentric Circle Cinema Workshop






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