Still, remarkably, in some instances, it does. This cheering film follows Ian Tibbetts from Telford who went blind before he was able to see the faces of his twin boys. We see the anxiety, the surgery itself and the disappointment at initially underwhelming results. But soon, shapes begin to emerge. And by the end of the film, Tibbetts is reading to his kids. Interspersed with Ian’s story are a few reminiscences from earlier beneficiaries of this barely believable procedure. They’re a powerful reminder to count blessings. Stirring stuff.
This Camden branch of the Neapolitan pizza chain is located down Jamestown Road and is one of over 80 Rossopomodoro venues worldwide. Offering up classics, such as Arancini (deep-fried risotto balls), bruschetta and pasta. Their stretchy, traditional style pizza is made from flour shipped over from Naples and blasted in a mosaic-encrusted, wood-fired oven. There’s a good wine list showcasing some regional Italian numbers and a selection of cocktails.