When she returns, she realizes that her sons are watching too much television, so she restricts them to no more than two shows per week, requiring them to read books and write reports on them.
She hides from Ben and Curtis the fact that she is illiterate.
How does the author feel about his mother, once he learns of her psychological struggles?
How might the author's perception of his mother change, as he learns more about the brain?
The film is based on the autobiography of neurosurgeon (and later politician) Ben Carson, which was co-written by Cecil Murphey and published under the same title in 1990.
A Johnson & Johnson Spotlight Presentation, the movie premiered on TNT on Saturday, February 7, 2009. was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie.
What experiences lead the author to wanting to become a doctor?
What challenges must he overcome to reach his goal?
Carson is preparing for a risky operation to separate the twins conjoined at the head. Carson is still unable to figure out a way to separate the twins.
Then he receives an epiphany and, accordingly, devises a plan. Carson and his team manage to separate the twins, saving their lives and liberating parents Peter and Augusta. Carson as he is surrounded by members of the press.