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The Sandwich Kid : The Siblings of People with Disabilities

Contributor(s): Bowers, Keri [filmmaker] | Kanopy (Firm).
Publisher: [San Francisco, California, USA] : Kanopy Streaming, 2015Description: 1 online resource (streaming video file).Content type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceSubject(s): INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES | SIBLINGSOnline resources: A Kanopy streaming video Click to see film | Cover Image Summary: Disabilities affect not only those who are diagnosed, but they have a strong impact on the siblings of people with disabilities. The Sandwich Kid seeks to give a voice to those who are impacted by the day-to-day living with a brother or sister having a developmental or other disability. The film is moved forward by 12 year old Jace King who we first met in big brother Taylor Cross' film, Normal People Scare Me. A formidable force, Jace uses wit, charm and keen insights as his "brothers keeper" to extract laughter and tears in the interviews he conducts with dozens of "sibs", ranging in age from 6 to 59. Along the way, he shares his own struggles and challenges to building a relationship after years of estrangement with his quirky brother. Bring a tissue.
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Originally produced by Normal Films in 2009.

Disabilities affect not only those who are diagnosed, but they have a strong impact on the siblings of people with disabilities. The Sandwich Kid seeks to give a voice to those who are impacted by the day-to-day living with a brother or sister having a developmental or other disability. The film is moved forward by 12 year old Jace King who we first met in big brother Taylor Cross' film, Normal People Scare Me. A formidable force, Jace uses wit, charm and keen insights as his "brothers keeper" to extract laughter and tears in the interviews he conducts with dozens of "sibs", ranging in age from 6 to 59. Along the way, he shares his own struggles and challenges to building a relationship after years of estrangement with his quirky brother. Bring a tissue.

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