an extraordinary Australian work that was written by Heather Rose, who also stars in it—even though she has cerebral palsy, and communicates through a computer and a speaking machine. As the film opens, she’s at the mercy of a stupid and cruel "care giver" who neglects and insults her. Using her motorized wheelchair and her lively intelligence, she tries to figure a way out of her dilemma.

from Roger Ebert's review || James Berardinelli review

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Joey Kennedy as Madelaine and Heather Rose as Julia as seen in Dance Me to My Song, a film by Rolf de Heer. 
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