Celia's Story (2012) - Watch Online. Directed by Ruth Levin-Vorster

Genres Drama     Short    
Director    
Writers Ruth Levin-Vorster (writer)
Cast    
Country South Africa
Language English
Runtime 7 min
Plot Celia's Story is a haunting reflection on illness and misdiagnosis. Through expressive gesture we witness Celia's discomfort and battle with her illness. Entwined in the film, lies the provocation of taking responsibility for one's own health and the reality that doctors are fallible.... search for Celia's Story on IMDb

Streaming resources for this Ruth Levin-Vorster Drama, Short Movie

  • Celia's Story (2012) - IMDb

    Celia's Story is a haunting reflection on illness and misdiagnosis. Through expressive gesture we witness Celia's discomfort and battle with her illness.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2311360/

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    Celia's Story is a haunting reflection on illness and misdiagnosis.

    http://www.mediabang.org/watch-1342037-celias-story

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