By Angela

Regarding Henry (1991)

Starring: Harrison Ford, Annette Bening, Mikki Allen, Bill Nunn

Henry is a despicable trial lawyer and human being, totally self-absorbed with very little time for his wife and daughter. His life is turned upside down when he is shot during a robbery, leaving him with significant brain damage. In addition to re-learning how to speak and walk, he had no memory of his life and does not even remember his family. Through his journey of recovery, Henry discovers that he does not like the person he used to be. The movie does an excellent job of depicting some of the challenges of brain injury. Ironically, Henry’s brain injury allows him to become a better person than what he was.

As brain injury survivors, we know only too well the negative aspects of life with a brain injury. Have you experienced any positive consequences from your brain injury?

© Angela Cramer, 2008

Tags: TBI, traumatic brain injury, acquired brain injury, post concussion syndrome, movie recommendations, Regarding Henry, inspirational, effects on career, effects on family, transformation


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