Some of us are limited, not by our disabilities, but our abilities. Most of us overcome limitations, while others fail to grow. Disabilities explores the lives of four characters as they struggle to overcome their unique disabilities – only one of which is physical.
Carlin, an aggressive, no-nonsense engineer who is paralyzed in an auto accident, must come to grips with his new mobility problems, while his son must break free of the stifling influence of his overbearing father.
Sarah, too, has family issues, but her disability focuses on a moral crisis that will test her ability to grow into the woman she wants to be. Her boyfriend, Lionel (Li, for short) has the greatest disability of all, yet fails to understand that he is limited.
Who will succeed, and who will fail? It is a convoluted tale of abilities that limit and disabilities that offer freedom.
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