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The Switch Features Story of Disabled Motorcyclist

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Among so many genres and eras,  TheArchive  also features inclusive content spotlighting a diverse group of underrepresented people. From autism to the deaf community and even those physically disabled, our content seeks to lift marginalized voices. In  The Switch , Larry McAfee is paralyzed from the neck down following a motorcycle accident, and gradually loses the will to live until he befriends a talk radio DJ and changes both their lives.  Bobby Roth (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Hawaii-Five-0, Grey's Anatomy) directs Gary Cole, Craig T. Nelson, and Beverly D'Angelo. Stream The Switch and more on  TheArchive  now.                      TheArchive  channel is dedicated to aficionados and lovers of story, craft, and silver screen fun – streaming rare, retro, and 4K restored films and classic TV. From indies and series, to Oscar winning documentaries, unearthed MOWs, and a killer horror library,  TheArchive  delivers forgotten, never-before-seen gems for free.  Marilyn ,  Karloff

Autism Acceptance Month Featuring Family Pictures

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  During autism acceptance month we wanted to be sure our audience is aware of the content we have streaming on  TheArchive  that celebrates and honors autism. TheArchive  is proud to feature  Family Pictures , a mini-series based on the novel of the same name by Sue Miller. It was directed by Philip Saville and stars an amazing cast including Anjelica Huston, Sam Neill, Kyra Sedgwick, and Dermot Mulroney.   Spanning forty years, this four hour mini-series brings to life a powerful and intimate portrait of the passion, upheaval, and pain experienced by one family. The Eberhardts embark on a journey of redemption to regain the happiness of the past as they have come to appreciate their decades-full family photo albums. The challenges that all families face are compounded with the birth of a child on the autism spectrum and how that challenge changes them all forever.   Anjelica Huston earned a nomination for Best Actress at the 51st Golden Globe Awards.  Family Pictures  was also nomina