28 thoughts on “Aspiring Actors with Down's Syndrome (Uplifting Documentary) | Real Stories”
  1. To say that these fine actors couldn't perform a play like Hamlet because they have a syndrome is horrible. We mark them as "OTHER". Decide for them what they are capable of. But because of people like the professor and the crew of people who put this show on, we got to experience something so great and beautiful. It has left an impression on my heart. Great performance…πŸŽ­πŸŽ¬πŸ’―πŸ‘‘πŸ˜πŸ€©

  2. I would have loved to hear the story but I hear music over top of the voices so I turn this off. I'm sure that Lads story is more important to hear than the blasting music in the background..

  3. Although it is coming from a good place, everyone commenting about how "cute" these actors are or calling them "little angels" or "sweet little souls" is being very patronizing/condescending. Adults with down's syndrome or other disabilities are adults with adult emotions, needs, and goals and deserve to be viewed and treated as such. They are not children or puppies.

  4. My cousin has Down's Syndrome. I was really looking forward to watching this documentary, but the audio quality is so poor I had to stop watching after a few minutes. Please remix and upload again. Thank you.

  5. What a beautifully articulate young man! So disgusting how people are treated for being different when WERE ALL DIFFERENT! That’s what makes the world beautiful! This audio is terrible though and I can’t hear the narrator over the music.

  6. What an amazing video! They all should be very proud of themselves, because they did an incredible job! Out standing! Keep up your great work and you all will continue to go farπŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ’―πŸ˜‰β€οΈπŸ˜Š

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