A young lady named Ella Frech wrote a letter to the Hollywood execs who she thinks want to see her dead:
My mom says this isn’t the first movie where a handicapped person had to die for being paralyzed. There was one called Million Dollar Baby where a woman is a quad and bravely chooses death instead of an imperfect life. So I’m asking you again, what’s wrong with my life? Why do you think I should want to die? You sit there with your able bodies, and look at people in chairs and think you feel pity for our sad little lives, but the truth is you’re afraid. You don’t want to imagine that you might be one of us one day. You think you can be perfect, and think you’d rather die than have parts that don’t work right. I think that’s sad.
Setting aside the fact that she is a pro skater, this is one tough little lady and she may have a point. All too often Hollywood movie makers uses their platform to build up their own agendas, or perhaps to break down those they feel are unimportant. We would like to know: