Terminal Device

A personal, witty, and engaging call for Hollywood to re-evaluate how amputees are portrayed

Terminal Device Tired of the negative stereotyping of prosthesis-wearers in cinema, amputee Ross Turnbull sets out to overturn the idea that prosthetics are indicative of a monsterous soul. In a witty and masterful analysis of Hollywood’s best-loved classics, Ross challenges our preconceptions of what it means to be an amputee. Woven in to a touching personal narrative, this clever doc will ensure you never look at Captain Hook in the same way again.

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