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Until about the age of 7, Lorenzo Odone was a normal child. After then, strange things began to happen to him: he would have blackouts, memory lapses, and other strange mental phemonenons. He is eventually diagnosed as suffering from ALD: an extremely rare incurable degenerative brain disorder. Frustrated at the failings of doctors and medicine in this area, the Odones begin to educate themselves in the hope of discovering something which can halt the progress of the disease. Written by
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When we first went to the Comoros, what did we do? We got to know the country, right?
We studied, we got to know the language, resources, its law. We studied, right? We should threat Lorenzo's illness like another country.
I don't quite see the analogy.
All right, all right. ALD has many dimensions, right?
So, in order to understand it, we need to command genetics, biochemistry, microbiology, neurology, ology-ology.
Augusto, we don't have time to go to medical school.
Michaela, the ...
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Lorenzo's scream is heard right at the very end of the film. See more »
Wow!,what a film.Based on a true story about little boy Lorenzo who gets an incurable disease called ALG.Parents never gives up to get a cure for the disease.And a cure there is,in form of an oil.This is an heartwarming,interesting and very important movie.Great performances all around.Especially Nick Nolte who did a great job with his italian accent.Definately one of his best performances. Sarandon and Ustinov are also great.Not to mention the little boy who played Lorenzo,fantastic. However this movie is not so well known.For us who have seen it,we all agree this is one outstanding movie,that sticks to your mind for a long time...
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