Hooray for Friday! Hope you all had a fantastic week and that you are looking forward to the weekend.
For this week's Film Friday I wanted to share with you all a film called Gabriel which is a short film about 16-year-old Gabriel Neris, a determined para-athelete, on his way to competing at Tokyo 2020. He was made famous after he completed a 100m race, even though his prosthesis had fallen off.
GABRIEL from Pudim on Vimeo.
Gabriel Neris is a 16 years old para-athlete who's not afraid of pursuing his dreams.
He got famous after losing his prothesis in the middle of a 100m competition in São Paulo, Brazil.
Even under a lot of pain, he made a way to reach the finish line.
This film dives inside Gabriel's life and background, leading us through his fellings and motivations.
Directors: Douglas Bernardt and Squarehead
Director of Photography: Lucas D. Oliveira
Produced by Stink São Paulo
Hope that you enjoy the film, it is beautiful shot and produced and is also a really inspirational story.
Have a great weekend
The Dorothy Days Xx
P.S - For last week's Film Friday post please click HERE