Stricken with Motor Neurone Disease and given only five months to live, 34 year-old architect Neil Platt sets about composing a letter to his baby son, Oscar. But what to tell him?
The speed with which 34 year-old Neil is overtaken by motor neurone disease is terrifyingly delineated in this bold, intimate documentary. But his determination to savour his time with his wife and son are touching, humbling and inspirational.
A deeply affecting glimpse of a man's quest to salvage beauty from tragedy.
Reviewed by David Parkinson