The third response best offers potential for a broader interpretation of the film because it talks about both Adam’s disabilities and abilities that affect how he is treated by the people he is surrounded by. Adam’s mental impairment and inability to speak and understand others automatically labels him as disabled, and therefore he is treated as such, not only by the doctors, but also by Wanda, Eddie, the police officers, and anyone else he encounters. However, his immensely strong physical abilities allow him to in some ways, overcome his mental disabilities. Consequently, Adam’s physical abilities expose everyone else’s physical disabilities, allowing for a unique perspective on disability and its true meaning. Despite Adam’s mental disabilities, all throughout the film, his extreme physical abilities eventually take over.

-Serena Ya