Dyslexia is a learning disability that often is forgotten. Take a look into what dyslexia really feels like from real dyslexics who debunk assumptions and shed light on what this disability is truly about.
(18mins) | Trinidad and Tobago
Rebekah Guillen was diagnosed with dyslexia at the age of 6 and ADHD soon after. After repeating twice during primary school, she was often the eldest in her class, graduating St Joseph Convent POS at the age of 20. At times she felt like an outsider and struggled to get over life’s roadblocks. Journey with her as she takes a peak into living with this learning disability, feeling invisible or like a “Round Peg in a Square Hole”. She is a second year film student and this is her first entry into a film festival.