The documentary short “Full Picture” is truly eye-opening! Thankfully this film could not have come at a better time, we are well out of lockdown, covid is finally passing as well as the grey clouds. We have a fresh bright new outlook and appreciation for life. One thing we have adopted since the Covid era are zoom meetings, which has created a barrier to being fully seen. Full Picture directed by Jacob Reed and stars “Dollface” actress Santina Muha takes a look at the unconscious bias Muha experiences as a wheelchair user.
This really adds out and the fact that Muha is also a comedian just adds to the uniqueness of the film. Jacob Reed has done a phenomenal job directing this film, Reed captures the story allowing you to see the authenticity in this film. Reed and Muha have created a masterpiece documentary that has encapsulated everything in just 20 minutes.
Reed and Muha have created a masterpiece documentary that has encapsulated everything in just 20 minutes.
This film really makes you think about the way we look at people, it challenges what goes through our minds when we see a disability, it makes us more conscious of how we physically and mentally react. What really stood out is the difference in the way people reacted when they found out Santina was in a wheelchair, we don’t want to give any spoilers so you will have to watch the film to find out, but women, men and children all had a completely different reaction.
“Full Picture” is a must-watch, it will make you rethink your own bias and you will enjoy every minute of this clever film.