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Out of My Mind (2024)

Melody Brooks is navigating sixth grade as a nonverbal wheelchair user who has cerebral palsy. With the help of some assistive technology and her devoted, exuberant allies, Melody shows that what she has to say is more important than how she says it.
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Melody Brooks is navigating sixth grade as a nonverbal wheelchair user who has cerebral palsy. With the help of some assistive technology and her devoted, exuberant allies, Melody shows that what she has to say is more important than how she says it.

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Genre:Drama
Directed By:Amber Sealey
Written By:Daniel Stiepleman
In Theaters:1/19/2024
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Runtime:102 minutes
Studio:Big Beach, EveryWhere Studios, Participant, Walt Disney Pictures

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Amber Sealey

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Phoebe-Rae Taylor

Melody Brooks

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Rosemarie DeWitt

Diane

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Luke Kirby

Chuck

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Judith Light

Mrs. V.

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Emily Mitchell

Penny Brooks

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Michael Chernus

Mr. Dimming

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Courtney Taylor

Dr. Katherine Post

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