BEAUTIFUL PAIN; "Denial is the enemy of Truth"

BEAUTIFUL PAIN is the first Malaysian film to tackle autism.  A true to life story comes to a big screen where it also feature the directing debut of Ms. Tunku Mona Riza delivers a quiet, compassionate look at the condition which afflicts 1 in 160 children, according to the World Health Organization.
Everybody can relate to this movie where Patience, Love and Acceptance are very important in times when your family member is need of.  "Denial is the enemy of truth" . Some people might think of that the person having this kind of special attention is normal (in outside), but it's not.  
The plot of story started when the child is doing the same thing over and over.  Upon learning that their only son, Danial has autism, the parent's (Alina and Razlan) world suddenly crumbles. With hardly any knowledge about this condition, they struggle to confront the harsh realities of raising an autistic child.

They struggle to confront the harsh realities of raising a child disabled by a condition they hardly knew about. Razlan’s inability to accept the truth causes friction within the family, but Alina’s perseverance and maternal instinct help wade through the difficult times in raising Danial. With her sister and close friend by her side, they may have found a way to improve Danial’s quality of life until a tragic accident causes the family to re-think its strategy.

Beautiful Pain have a  Red Carpet premier in the Philippines held at SM Megamall last July 11, 2017 attended by the director herself Ms.Tunku Mona Riza, Guests with autism, Autism Society Philippines, The National Autism Society of Malaysia, SM Cares, and SM Cinema.
Ms.Tunku Mona Riza (2nd from right) and guests who attended the screening. 
You can also found related articles of BEAUTIFUL PAIN on the following which might be of your interest:
1. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/beautiful-pain-948365
2. http://www.todayonline.com/entertainment/movies/redha-authentic-and-realistic-look-autism
3. http://www.goldenglobes.com/articles/beautiful-pain-malaysia
4. http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2015/05/20/nasom-redha-beautiful-autism/
5. https://thotsntots.com/redha-a-parents-denial-of-autism/

"Beautiful Pain" is still showing at SM Megamall, SM North Edsa and SM Mall of Asia, in time for the National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation (NDPR) Week.

The film is produced by Current Pictures Sdn Bhd released thru Solar Pictures in the Philippines. This is also in partnership with Autism Society Philippines, The National Autism Society of Malaysia, SM Cares, and SM Cinema.

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