Thursday June 4, 2020

Discovering TV

16th September, 2018

A documentary that follows cystic fibrosis advocate Orla Tinsley as she prepares for and undergoes a double lung transplant. Following a successful operation in New York late last year, the 14 months filmed here recount the pain and tension experienced by Tinsley as her health deteriorated and six potential surgeries were cancelled. A compelling argument for organ donation awareness, and a refresher course on Tinsley’s pioneering power.

A new drama telling of Annie and...

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