It’s a question that has haunted moviegoers for decades: What if you have a child with autism or a cancer or a disease that can affect their ability to talk and understand?
What if their life is about to end?
Michael Lewis has been a filmmaker for nearly 20 years.
But, for a long time, Lewis never had a clear answer to that question.
He’s a longtime film critic, a Pulitzer Prize-winning critic of documentary films, and, as a novelist, a critic of the literary and artistic world.
Lewis, a professor of classics at Yale University and the author of “The Great Gatsby,” had the chance to sit down with Lewis at the premiere of his new documentary, The Case for the Cure.
The film, a new feature-length feature-collection called The Case For The Cure, focuses on Lewis’ childhood, when he lived in a two-bedroom apartment in New York City.
For more than 30 years, Lewis has lived with a rare condition called Rett Syndrome, which affects his ability to form a relationship with others and to express emotions.
The condition has caused him to experience the world in a completely different way than he did as a child, he told National Geographic.
In The Case, Lewis shares his experience with the diagnosis, the trials, and a personal journey to find hope and peace.
Lewis first met his wife, Susan, while working on a book about the trials of cancer treatment.
Lewis and his wife were living in the same apartment at the time, and they met for the first time while they were making a movie.
They soon became friends, and together they spent time together at their studio.
When they were doing the film, Susan was struggling to cope with her son’s condition, and Lewis decided to take a step back to let her take her time with him.
The couple moved into a second apartment in Manhattan, and Susan was able to see her son more.
The diagnosis of Rett syndrome has affected the lives of people with this condition for many years, and it’s become a part of Lewis’ life.
When he first came to the diagnosis in the late 1980s, he didn’t want to go to his apartment, so he spent much of his time with his daughter, the now-adult Susan.
That’s where he first met Michael Lewis.
“I was living in a second-floor apartment, and Michael was living on the first floor, and we were just sitting around talking about how much he loved the movie, and I was just like, ‘You know, I feel like he’s always been talking about his movies and stuff,'” Lewis said.
“So I asked him, ‘What do you think about Rett?
What are you going to do with it?
And he just kind of said, ‘I don’t know.’
And that’s when I got that little bit of a moment of, ‘Oh, well, this is something I’m going to have to work on.'”
Lewis and Susan moved into the apartment that they had shared for years, but the condition was still a problem.
The apartment was very noisy, and noise was a real problem for the family.
In one of their early movies, they were playing the piano together.
“It’s very noisy in the apartment,” Lewis said, “and it was a little bit like being in a house with no windows, so I started telling him that it’s a really good idea to just let the apartment be the sound studio for all his movies, just for the two of us to work together.
That way, I wouldn’t have to worry about my kids hearing it.”
In a typical week, Lewis and Susan would have a total of about five hours a day spent on the phone with their son.
But that’s not all.
Lewis has had a lot of personal challenges with the condition, too.
The family moved from Los Angeles to the East Coast, and in order to get through the process, Lewis worked with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) to set up a special hotline for parents of missing children.
The first hotline they set up was for people with Rett, and there was no way for the families to call the hotline without getting a second line from NCMEC.
“That’s why I always have to say, ‘Well, you’re not going to be able to call, so we’re not calling.’
It’s like, OK, well that’s a real pain.
I’m trying to get a second phone, so when you call, you have to go through NCMEMC,” Lewis recalled.
“And I said, I can’t get a number.
And they were like, well we’re calling you and you’re the only one who knows.”
The family didn’t have a way to talk to their son without risking the phone.
Lewis said they had to use a mask to get