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Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story - Wikipedia Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story is a 2009 television drama film directed and co-produced by Thomas Carter, written by John Pielmeier, and starring Cuba Gooding Jr

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Everyone who loves the exciting detective stories - I recommend. Realistically, sometimes severely and with a through story, which keeps and does not want to yawn. This is not often the case.
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A great movie. I watched with pleasure. The effects are impressive.
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Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story - Wikipedia Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story is a 2009 television drama film directed and co-produced by Thomas Carter, written by John Pielmeier, and starring Cuba Gooding Jr

Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story Gifted Hands The Ben Carson Story is a 2009 television drama film directed and coproduced by Thomas Carter written by John Pielmeier and starring Cuba Gooding Jr Gifted Hands Kimberly Elise and Aunjanue Ellis The film is based on the autobiography of neurosurgeon and later politician Ben Carson which was cowritten 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 Gooding Jr was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie Carter was nominated for the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing – Television Film The film additionally received a Critics Choice Television Award nomination for Best MovieMiniseries and four Creative Arts Emmy Award nominations Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Critical reception 4 References 5 External links In 1987 Dr Ben Carson travels to Germany to meet a couple Peter and Augusta Rausch who have twins conjoined at the back of their heads Dr Carson believes he might be able to successfully separate them but realizes that he also risks losing one or both of them After explaining the risk and despite that fact Ben agrees to operate During the four months he spends researching and formulating a plan to increase his chances of a successful surgery the film shifts back to 1961 in Detroit Michigan to a time when 11yearold Ben Carson is doing poorly in school His single mother Sonya who had but a third grade education is distressed about her sons academic failures and decides to do something about it First she requires Ben and his older brother Curtis to learn the multiplication tables and unbeknownst to them checks into a mental institution to battle depression 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 Ben and Curtis begin to learn much from the world of books Within one year Ben goes from the bottom of his class to the top However Ben harbors an irascible temper which climaxes in high school when he nearly stabs his friend over choice of radio station Fortunately the blade hits the buckle of his friends belt and does not go through Shocked Ben runs home and cries out to God to take away his bad temper This experience changes his life for the better After hard work and strong determination Ben receives a scholarship to Yale University where he meets his future wife Candy Rustin who supports him in his struggles to get through Yale After studying neurosurgery he is accepted as a resident at Johns Hopkins Hospital where he is faced with a dilemma that could end his career – operate on a dying man without permission or supervision or let him die He takes the risk and saves the mans life In 1985 after Dr Carsons mother joins the family in Maryland Candy is rushed to the hospital where she miscarries their twins Dr Carson stays with her all night until the next morning when he does a rare procedure a hemispherectomy in which he removes half the brain of a fouryearold who convulses 100 times a day The film then returns to where it began the year 1987 when Dr Carson is preparing for a risky operation to separate the twins conjoined at the head Gifted Hands With four months nearing an end Dr Carson is still unable to figure out a way to separate the twins Then he receives an epiphany and accordingly devises a plan Twentytwo hours into the procedure Dr Carson and his team manage to separate the twins saving their lives and liberating parents Peter and Augusta The film ends with Dr Carson as he is surrounded by members of the press Cuba Gooding Jr as Ben Carson M D Gus Hoffman as teen Ben Carson Jaishon Fisher as child Ben Carson Kimberly Elise as Sonya Carson Aunjanue Ellis as Candy Carson Gregory Dockery II as teen Curtis Carson Tajh Bellow as child Curtis Carson Scott Stangland as Peter Rausch Angela Dawe as Augusta Rausch Critical receptionedit The film received mostly positive reviews from critics Hal Boedeker of The Orlando Sentinel said of the film Its the perfect movie for a country challenged by its new president to do better 1 Ray Richmond of The Hollywood Reporter wrote The film is so good that a little immodesty is not only acceptable but understandable 2 Audiences enjoyed the film as well receiving a 7 810 rating on IMDb 3 Among its detractors John Maynard of The Washington Post stated It is a treacly plodding affair stunted by awkward transitions and a syrupy soundtrack 4 The film won the Epiphany Prize for Inspiring Television and Kimberly Elise won the Grace Award for Television at the 2010 Movieguide Awards Referencesedit Hal Boedeker 20090201 Let Gifted Hands Move You Orlando Sentinel   Ray Richmond 20090205 Gifted Hands The Ben Carson Story The Hollywood Reporter   httpwww imdb comtitlett1295085ref=nvsr2 John Maynard 20090206 TV Preview Gifted Hands The Ben Carson Story Washington Post   External linksedit Turner Broadcasting System Gifted Hands The Ben Carson Story About the Movie Gifted Hands The Ben Carson Story on IMDb