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Plans for Living
Plans for Living

Plans for Living 1966

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Plans for Living 1966

18 mins United Kingdom Director. K. Mills

The Pinner Cine Society takes a look at the work of Northwood's medical and welfare services in helping people with disabilities. This accomplished amateur film explores design and research into special furniture and appliances, as well as drawing attention to everyday situations which may present a challenge to those with disabilities, such as using kerbs, heavily sprung doors and steps.

The film was shot at Mount Vernon Hospital and Ingo Simon House in Northwood, North West London.

Directed by

K. Mills

Genres

Amateur film

Tags

Disability

Collection

Amateur Auteurs

Released

1966

Country

United Kingdom

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