Living with brain injury: Louis Theroux on the long-term effects of a hidden disability.
An estimated one million people in the UK live with the long-term effects of brain injury. What’s it like having a hidden disability?
In this Louis Theroux documentary, the British filmmaker takes a sensitive look at how individuals and their families come to terms with life-changing conditions that often come with little or no physical differences. He finds family members caught between loss and learning to love changed people.
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