Capturing Cooperman: A Not So Private Investigation of Howard Engel

Director Scot Morison captures the story of the man behind the sleuth, from Howard Engel’s early days growing up in St. Catharines to his many professional successess—as an author as well as a correspondent, writer, and producer for CBC Radio—including his reception of an Order of Canada. Equally remarkable is Engel’s personal battles later in life: In 2001 he suffered a debilitating stroke that left him unable to read. Colleagues, critics and family recount Engel’s successful struggle to maintain his writing career without the ability to read his own writing, a struggle that initiated a friendship between him and Dr. Oliver Saks. (Source)

Year:
2008
Length:
60 minutes
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Director:
Scot Morison

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