MS'ed With The Wrong Girl
Exhausted but never tired, a woman living with MS pushes from one activity to another wondering if life can be normal.
Patrycia was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2012 after losing sight in her left eye. Since then, Patrycia has figured out her life’s purpose: eliminating the disease. Today she is one of Edmonton’s most active spokespersons for the MS Society. Patrycia stays active to combat her MS by participating in walks, bike tours and fundraisers, earning her a National Philanthropy Day Award from the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Even with all this success, Patrycia has sacrificed a lot. Through her unattainable dream to work in law enforcement and the fact that living with a chronic illness has stigma attached to it, how is it possible to live a “normal life”? This documentary will show how Patrycia navigates her difficult yet amazing life, living for others, and giving back.
Meet the team who have taken it upon themselves to share Patrycia's feisty story. We are a multi-tasking, filmmaking force with camera skills, rental gear, and production prowess. We are honoured to share this project with you.