During the twilight of their years, Grant is forced to face the fact that Fiona's 'forgetfulness' actually is Alzheimer's.After Fiona wanders away and is found, the decision is made for her to go into a nursing home.
The characters lead separate lives but are bound by one common desire - to be with their loved one. John Dawson loses control of his factory when he is crippled in an accident caused by a rival. Eight-year-old Rachel embarks upon a series of experiments attempting to make sense of her defective eyesight. Told by doctors that he probably has only months to live, Ed agrees to an experimental treatment: doses of the hormone cortisone.
The protagonists in the movie are fictitious bar one - Theresa Chan, a courageous deaf and blind woman whose life story inspired the film. Destitute and reduced to panhandling, he travels the country organizing the homeless to help him regain control of his steel mill. The film contrasts ideas of perspective, both real and imagined, through the recurring motif of a diving board -- limiting and precarious. Ed makes a remarkable recovery, and returns but he must keep taking cortisone tablets regularly to prevent a recurrence of his illness. Cast: Ya'ackov Ben-Sira, Zehava Ben, Jacques Cohen, Chen Gueta, Yossi Keinan. Cast: Luis Miguel Cintra, Glicinia Quartin, Ruy de Carvalho, Beatriz Batarda, Diogo Dria.
With the wedding swiftly approaching Mohammad's future hangs precariously in the balance as his fatherstruggles against his destiny, unable to see the wonder of life and love that's so clear to his son. Young doctor at Boston hospital finds that patients suffer irreparable brain damage when supposed minor operations are performed.
Determined to find the cause of these mysterious events, she turns to her boyfriend and a senior physician for help. Cast: Bjork, Catherine Deneuve, David Morse, Peter Stormare, Jean-Marc Barr, Joel Grey.
The Little Tramp befriends a blind flower girl and tries to restore her sight. Cast: Helen Jerome Eddy, Edith Fellows, Leo Carrillo, Tommy Bond. Mohammad joyfully returns to his tiny village on summer vacation from the Institute for the Blind in Tehran, unaware of his father's intentions to disown him.