Five Feet Apart
Seventeen-year-old Stella spends most of her time in the hospital as a cystic fibrosis patient. Her life is full of routines, boundaries and self-control all of which get put to the test when she meets Will, an impossibly charming teen who has the same illness. There's an instant flirtation, through restrictions dictate that they must maintain a safe distance between them. As their connection intensifies, so does the temptation to throw the rules out the window and embrace that attraction. Love has no boundaries
Director: Justin Baldoni
Writer: Mikki Daughtry, Tobias Iaconis
Production: CBS Films
Released: 15 Mar 2019
Movie Video Clips
It's just life
I'm Will Newman
Instead of doing my treatments so that I...
I love you so much
Everything about you is sexy
I like seeing you like this
I love you
I finally got you spechless
Do you wanna hear my list
Don't make me regret this
Am I right
I'm so sorry
You are beautiful
- Our first form of communication. Safety, security, comfort, all in the gentle caress of a finger. Or the brush of lips on a soft cheek. It connects us when we're happy,
- bolsters us in times of fear,
- excites us in times of passion
- and love. We need that touch from the one we love almost as much as we need air to breathe.
- But I never understood the importance of touch. His touch.
- Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. This one's perfect. (CHUCKLES) Actually, though, the tan lines might be incredible. Oh, my gosh. That doesn't even cover half your boob. (CAMILA CHUCKLES)
- This is actually cute. that's actually really cute. CAMILA: Let me see. STELLA: I like that. Oh, yeah, that's actually really pretty. But I can't tell, is it too trampy or not trampy enough?
- Just sucks that you planned it this year and you don't even get to go.
- Well, you can just Photoshop me in with your fancy editing apps. What are you talking about? STELLA: You know what I'm talking about. CAMILA: Why are you laughing? No, I don't. The one where
- (SIGHS) (MUFFLED PA CHATTER)
- (CAMCORDER BEEPS) So, I am back in the hospital again for another tune-up. I need a few more rounds of antibiotics to get over this little sore throat that I've been... Hi, Barb! Sore throat
- You are all set. I'll see you in a bit. Thank you, Julie. (CLEARING THROAT) STELLA: Wow. Are you sure this is okay? I will still be monitoring you. And, yes, it's okay. What would I do withou
- (INHALING) (KNOCK ON DOOR, DOOR OPENS) New baby upstairs. Meet me in 15.
- (UPBEAT MUSIC PLAYING) Hi, Cynthia. Hi, Stella.
- WILL: I've already clocked the nurse's schedule, so unless you plant your ass on that call button, no one's gonna bother you for, like, an hour. Hey. I gotta sleep on that bed, okay? Wow. I me
- (DOOR OPENS) (UPBEAT MUSIC ENDS)
- Saw you moving in your stuff. It was, uh... There was a lot of it. Are you gonna be here for a while?
- (DOOR CLOSES) STELLA: So, he's a CFer? B. cepacia. Part of a new drug trial for Cevaflomalin. You contract that and you can... You can kiss the possibility of new lungs goodbye. There's no co
- Hello, world. BARB: Okay, AffloVest for 30 more minutes, then you're all set. You need anything else before I hit the road? Chocolate pudding for two? Oh, so, what? I'm room service now? (CHU
- (URBAN REGGAE MUSIC PLAYS ON CELL PHONE) Dang, girl. You look worn. Who is he? Is it anyone I know? (CHUCKLES) STELLA: What'd you get?
- What? Are those truffles? How'd you get truffles? Oh, you gotta bring them with, sister. Wow.
- (CHUCKLES) Look at how spicy that food cart is. I'm impressed. All right, let's talk about me. I'm single! You broke up with Michael? Maybe he broke up with me. Did he? It was mutual. No, it
- Screw him anyway, right? At least you got to do that. (SPUTTERS, LAUGHS) STELLA: Poe? (POE GASPING) (POE COUGHS) (PHONE RINGING)
- Poe? Poe, you okay? (POE CONTINUES COUGHING) Choking, 310.
- (SIGHS) I'm sorry, Julie. My leg hit the call button. JULIE: You scared us, Poe. Yeah, try chewing next time. Here, Stella.
- Enjoy your truffles, asshole. (POE COUGHS) And please be careful. I love you, Stella. (DOOR CLOSES) DR. HAMID: Phase one clinical trials only started only 18 months ago, so we need to be pati
- Will, in order for this to work, you need to keep up with your regimen.
- (SQUEALS) You're wearing the bathing suit! (MAYA SHOUTS INDISTINCTLY) CAMILA: Hi! Oh, I'm officially jealous. That looks so fun! CAMILA: We miss you! I miss you, too! You have any cute boy v
- What are you doing? Do you have a death wish or something? WILL: Hey! My lungs are toast, okay? Can you just let me enjoy this view while I can? Do you know how lucky you are to be here? To b
- If you don't care, then leave. Give your spot to someone else. Someone that wants it, that wants to live.
- What are you doing? Will? (GRUNTS) Will, stop, please! Please get down now! Will, stop! Oh, my God! (WILL CHUCKLES)
- Stay up here then. Come on. It was a joke. Hey, it was a joke.
- (DOOR RATTLING) (INDIE ROCK MUSIC PLAYING)
- STELLA: Where's your med cart, and your pills, and why's your AffloVest on the floor? Can... Can I see your regimen? Uh... Not that it's any of your business...
- Why would... Is this what an aneurysm looks like? Why? Ugh! Look, I get that you have some kind of save-the-world hero complex going on, but can you leave me out of it? These meds are not op
- I need you to follow your regimen strictly and completely, please. Why don't... Why don't you tell me what's going on, actually? Talk to me. I'm not gonna make any jokes or laugh. (CHUCKLES)
- I don't even know how to do what you're asking me to. That's bullshit! That's bullshit! All CFers know how to administer their own treatments. We're practically doctors by the time we're 12.
- All right. I'll help you. But if I do,
- No, not like... I... I wanna draw you. Why not? I'm serious.
- Okay. Then no deal. You really can't practice just a little bit of discipline even to save your own life? Stella, nothing is going to save our lives. We're breathing borrowed air. Enjoy it.
- Fine. But I'm not posing for hours on end. And your regimen, we're doing it my way. Okay, the first thing you're gonna do is get a med cart in your room. Deal?
- (CRASHING) POE: (GROANS) Shit!
- You missed the show. WILL: Yeah. You doing stunts in there? Well, there's no better place to break a leg. That's fair. I'm Will.
- Damn, that's rough. Yeah. So, no lung transplant for me. When did you contract it? About eight months ago now. It colonized so quickly. I was on the transplant list one minute and then...
- (SCOFFS) I'm sure that attitude is what's giving Stella fits. Yeah, what's up with that? She told me that she has control issues or something. POE: Call it what you want, she's got her shit tog
- (SIGHS) Don't worry. I don't like white boys. (POE CHUCKLES)
- Dr. Hamid said that you suddenly wanna be responsible for your own regimen. Don't make me regret this.
- Did you wipe everything down? WILL: Yes. This wasn't my idea, you know?
- STELLA: Are we still clear? Yes. Hurry up. STELLA: I'm almost done.
- Okay. Your med cart's all set up. I built an app for chronic illnesses. It'll alert you when to do your treatments, and take your pills... WILL: Built an app? Like you built it? STELLA: Surpr
- POE: Okay, Stella. Don't tell me that the one time you're interested in some guy, he's a CFer. I just helped him set up his med cart. That... That's it. That's all! I know you, Stella. Organi
- (LINE DISCONNECTS) (SHOUTS) They're called manners!
- Are you doing your AffloVest? Yeah. Show me. I can't. I'm half-naked. You're supposed to be doing your AffloVest right now, and did you take your Creon? Are those the suppositories?
- Okay. Okay, I can't trust you, so this is how it's gonna work. We're gonna do our treatments together so that way I know you're actually doing them. Okay? Always looking for ways to spend mo
- So you just pour them all in the pudding and stir it around. Are you doing that? (INDIE FOLK MUSIC PLAYING)
- (IMITATES VEST VIBRATING) (CONVERSATION CONTINUES INDISTINCTLY)
- (STELLA IMITATES VEST VIBRATING)
- (INDIE FOLK MUSIC ENDS) The Divorce Diet doesn't look good on you, Mom. What are you talking about? You're too thin. Dad needs a bath. You guys are stealing my look. I'm stealing your look? Mm
- I know. I love you, too. I don't know what I'd do without you. (ERIN SNIFFLES)
- How does it feel? STELLA: Not great.
- Let's try some Bactroban, see how it looks in a day or two. Maybe we can clear it up, huh? (CELL PHONE CHIMING) Oh. I'll be at the gym. Thanks, Doc! (WILL PANTING) (COUGHS) Hey, you know, thi
- What's that? My to-do list. To-do list? That's pretty old-fashioned for someone that builds apps. Yeah, well, the app doesn't give me the satisfaction of doing that.
- What else is on that to-do list of yours? My master list or my daily list? Yeah, of course you have two lists. The master list. That's the big stuff, right? Okay. Volunteer in an important p
- Learn to play piano. Done. Speak fluent French. (SPEAKS FRENCH) Can you look at me for a sec? You wanna hear my list? Painting class with Bob Ross. He's dead. Yeah, never mind. Uh... Sex in t
- I'd like to travel the world. Actually get to see some of it and not the inside of these hospitals.
- STELLA: Thank you. For what?
- Okay. I just thought you might want to know how this feels. You ready? And I brought a jumping buddy. Don't worry. I'll hold him tight. All right, Abby, ready to jump out of a plane? Ready! H
- I love you, Stella. I'll see you soon. STELLA: I love you, too.
- I like seeing you like this. Like what? Hopeful.
- What if this doesn't work? What if it does?
- Why cartoons? They're subversive. They can be light and funny but pack a powerful punch. I think a well-drawn cartoon can say a lot more than words ever could. Yeah? What does this say exactly
- We don't have to, uh, share our stories, okay? We can just do our treatments together. (LINE DISCONNECTS) (SCOFFS SOFTLY)
- STELLA: Hey, guys! I have to get a nasal poly... Polypectomy. We're removing polyps from your nasal passages. And Stella's nervous. But I'm gonna be there to sing her to sleep. Just like alway
- Okay. I love you. I love you, too. My sister, Abby, ladies and gentlemen. She's single, by the way. Her digits are... That was last year. Abby's not in any of the videos after that. I found
- Barb didn't see you come in, did she?
- You're as delicate as a jackhammer. We don't have time for delicacy, Stella. We're dying. Can you stop reminding me that I'm dying? I get it. I get that. Okay? I just can't. I have been dying
- And then my parents' marriage died. And it was supposed to be me. Everyone was ready for that. Everyone was prepared for that. I just, I can't die.
- I just... My parents... I can't. Is this why you're so obsessed with your regimen?
- You're not afraid of dying. You have survivor's guilt. Will? You're a sick girl with survivor's guilt. This is out of your control. I just don't have any other choice, okay? You do. But that's
- Okay, Stella. Hey, I'm sorry. We're supposed to be meditating. Stella, come on!
- POE: You knew he had boundary issues. For what it's worth, I don't think he meant to hurt you. Yeah, but it's still annoying. Like, he said "Abby" and "dead" in the same sentence like it was
- I should've been there. I should've been there. Stella, look at me. You can't know. You just can't. (SIGHS) Oh, this disease is a prison. I wanna hug you. Just pretend that I'm doing it right
- You wanna get ice cream? Yes.
- DR. HAMID: If the infection gets into the bloodstream...
- It's gonna be okay. You don't know that. You're right. I don't. It's risky. But sepsis is the bigger monster.
- Hey. You're a fighter, Stella Grant. You always have been.
- So... Yeah? Yeah. Tomorrow morning, then.
- I'll let your parents know. (DOOR OPENS)
- You're here. I'm here. I got your cartoon. You're forgiven. Back up.
- You missed our treatment. What's going on? Infected G-tube. Dr. Hamid's worried about sepsis, so she's replacing it in the morning. I'm going under general. Shit. Are your lungs up for that?
- Do your nebulizer at 8:00, and your AffloVest, okay? (DOOR CLOSES)
- What are you doing here? I thought this was the bathroom, honestly. (LAUGHS) It's your first surgery without Abby. How do you know that? I've seen all your movies. Some might say I'm your big
- ♪ I love you A bushel and a peck ♪ ♪ A bushel and a peck And a hug around the neck ♪ Go away! Go away! ♪ A hug around the neck And a barrel and a heap ♪ ♪ A barrel and a heap ♪ ♪ And I'm talki
- You're gonna be okay. Promise?
- (BOTH KISS) Hey. You ready to get this show on the road? (MOUTHING) Yeah.
- She was scared. I just wanted to do something nice. (ELEVATOR BELL DINGS)
- Come on! She's in more danger under the anesthesia than she is with me.
- Trevor Von. (CHUCKLES SOFTLY) That's who you remind me of. Trevor Von and Amy Presley. Oh, they were... They were in love. And I let them break the rules so they could be happy. And let me gue
- And I'd be damned if I let that happen again.
- (EKG BEEPING) It's gonna be okay.
- You know what to do. Mmm-hmm. BOTH: Ten, nine... STELLA: ...eight, seven...
- (ECHOING VOICE SINGING INDISTINCTLY) (DREAMY MUSIC PLAYING)
- STELLA: (SINGSONG) Hi, it's me. (GROGGILY) Call me 'cause I miss you, okay? But don't call me, 'cause I just got out of surgery and I'm really tired. But call me though when you get this, bec
- Will? I'm not leaving until you open the door.
- Just, please open the door and we can talk about this. Okay? I don't care what Barb said. Just open the door! (TURNS DOOR HANDLE) I can't. STELLA: Will, come on.
- POE: Maybe it's better this way. STELLA: No, I can figure this out. I need to figure this out. POE: We're not normal kids. We don't get to take chances like this. Oh, come on. You're not gonna
- What's that supposed to mean? You think that I'm the one that's afraid to take risks? What about you and your life and your relationships? You and Tim, you and Rick, you and Michael. Don't go t
- You know, you're right. I am afraid. You know what someone gets for loving me? They get to pay for all my care. And then they get to watch me die. Deductibles, meds, hospital stays, surgeries
- Maybe we can get Will to marry you. He's loaded. He's not picky. He likes you. (BOTH CHUCKLE)
- I am sorry about you and Will.
- you're not the thief anymore. I'm the thief now. (IMITATES EXPLOSION) (WHOOPS) (HOLLERS) (BANGING ON DOOR)
- Why didn't I pack anything nice? Oh, 'cause you always pack for a hot hospital romance. (GROANS)
- Is this see-through? Don't even think about it, ho.
- WILL: He cut and ran when I was born. I guess having a sick kid wasn't part of his plan. What about your mom? She's beautiful and driven and smart. She's just focused on me and me alone.
- So, starting tomorrow, when I'm 18, I will be making the decisions for myself. Wait, wait, wait, wait. Tomorrow's your birthday? You could have told me that. I don't have a present for you. H
- Come on. I'm getting out of here.
- There is this one theory I like that says, "To understand death, you have to look at birth."
- So, like, while we're in the womb, we're living that existence not knowing that our next existence is just an inch away. So, maybe it's the same with death. Maybe death is just the next life,
- There's no way that Abby just blinked out. I refuse to believe it. What happened with Abby?
- She was cliff diving in California. She landed wrong, broke her neck and drowned.
- They said she didn't feel any pain, but how would they know if she felt pain? I was supposed to be there with her, but I got sick. Like I always do.
- I just keep imagining it over and over again. What she was feeling.
- (SOBS) Without knowing that, she just never stops dying. Stella. Even if you were there, you still wouldn't know. But I wasn't there.
- Isn't that how we're gonna die?
- Drowning. Just without the water. Our own fluids doing the dirty work.
- (LAUGHS) I think about that last breath a lot. Gasping for air, not getting any. No air, just black.
- But that's only on Mondays. Otherwise, I don't dwell on it.
- God, you're beautiful. And brave.
- I wish I could touch you. (DREAMY MUSIC CONTINUES)
- I've never had sex. (LAUGHS)
- I've never wanted anyone to see me. The scars, uh,
- the tube, nothing about it's sexy.
- Everything about you is sexy.
- I think you're perfect. (DREAMY MUSIC CONTINUES)
- STELLA: See those lights out there? Abby and I would call them stars and we would make wishes.
- She'd never tell me what her wish was, but I knew she wished for new lungs for me. I hope she gets her wish. (CHUCKLES) Yeah, me too.
- Where are they? Who? What are you talking about?
- Oh, shit. Barb knows we're gone. Okay. Uh, she'll look for me first in the NICU, so... Bye! Okay.
- (PANTING) (ELEVATOR BELL DINGS)
- I'm free! Oh... Oh, my gosh! Happy Birthday! I'm so sorry. I forgot. No, it's fine. What are you doing? Are you busy? Let's take a walk. I can't right now. I'm sorry. Studying. Maybe later
- Talk to you later. All right. Bye. (LINE BEEPS)
- Yeah, no. Don't... No. Don't worry about it. It's fine. No, seriously, I'm not mad.
- It's fine. Just do your thing. I'll talk to you tomorrow.
- I know it's late, but we had to wait till the cafeteria closed. "We"? STELLA: Mmm-hmm.
- ALL: Surprise! (LAUGHING AND WHOOPING) HOPE: We felt so bad for ditching you, dude. But your girlfriend DM'd us and convinced us to surprise you, man. "Girlfriend"? You're so good. JASON: Yea
- Just wanted to observe the master at work. Are those roses? They're so beautiful. How do you do that? POE: I've been practicing.
- 'Cause next month, Michael and I are gonna go see my mom. Really? (SQUEALS) He's coming to lunch tomorrow and I'm gonna go for it. Oh, my God!
- He loves me. And I love him, too. Aw, Poe, I'm so happy! Don't go all soppy on me. You know I can't let a girl cry alone. (LAUGHS) They're happy tears. I'm happy for you, Poe. (BOTH LAUGH)
- Let's eat! (SQUEALS) (FUNK MUSIC PLAYING)
- Poe, where did you get all of this? Hospitals have VIP kitchens where they keep all the good stuff. You know, for celebrities, politicians. But tonight, Birthday Boy, it's for you.
- We were, like, ten! Yes. And we literally put sheets over our head and ran into the dementia ward! (THUMPS TABLE)
- It was just like that! POE: (SPOOKILY) Woo! It was crazy. It was the best Halloween ever! We got in so much trouble. And it wasn't even our idea. Remember? Abby... Abby came up with that. (CH
- Abby was wild. She was free. POE: She always said she was gonna live big because Stella couldn't. She did. POE: She lived big. POE: Bigger than any of us. She would've loved a clandestine par
- ♪ Happy Birthday to you! ♪ Whoo!
- I can't blow the candles out or else you guys can't eat it.
- (BLOWS) HOPE: I made a wish for you. Thank you. One. Two. MAYA: All right. (CAMERA CLICKS) ALL: Yay! CAMILA: Happy Birthday, Will!
- POE: Barb? Hey! (BARB CLEARS THROAT) POE: We thought you were off tonight. You want us to fix you a plate? That's it. That's it. You're all confined to your rooms while we get respiratory c
- WILL: All right, I'm gonna let you go to sleep, okay? STELLA: Good night. Good night. (LINE BEEPS)
- A little pick-me-up? Thank you. It's just safer if he goes. You're probably right. She's gonna hate me. JULIE: Mmm-hmm.
- He probably sat on the call button again. I got it.
- MAN: (ON PA) Attention, all medical personnel. Poe! Poe! BARB: Poe! No pulse. Oh, God! Okay. JULIE: Stay with me, baby. He's not breathing. He's not breathing. Come on, you can do it. Come o
- STELLA: Dr. Hamid? Not now, Stella. Dr. Hamid?
- I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. (SOBBING) No!
- Oh, my God! He's gone! Michael's never gonna see him again. His parents are never gonna see him again.
- I'm never gonna see him again.
- I never hugged him! I never hugged him! He's my best friend and I never fucking hugged him!
- I'm losing everyone. You're not losing me. What are you doing? Get out! Get out! Just get out!
- I wanna go see the lights. It's gotta be, like, two miles away. Hey, come on, let's go inside. Come with me. Stella, now's not the time to be rebellious. Is this about Poe? It is about Poe. I
- It's just life, Will. It'll be over before we know it.
- Can we catch a cab at least? I wanna walk and enjoy the night.
- WILL: How are you always getting me to exercise? (STELLA CHUCKLES)
- Sure looks better from up here.
- (WILL GRUNTS) (STELLA CHUCKLES)
- Yeah, you're gonna have to explain that one.
- Abby got it for me the first time I came to the hospital. I've had it with me every time since.
- That's a relief, honestly, 'cause I didn't have the heart to tell you that a third boob might be a deal breaker. (STELLA CHUCKLES)
- Hey, Stella. Hmm? It's cold. (GRUNTS)
- Come on. Let's go see your lights.
- (BOTH PANTING) Let's take a breather.
- Stella? Hey, don't do that. Stella. (STOMPS) It's frozen solid.
- DR. HAMID: Hey, ladies. I just got a call from St. Luke's in Kansas City. Car accident with fatalities. One female, AB neg, 5'2", thoracic cage size... Stella's getting lungs. ETA three hours.
- No, no, no, no, no. No, no, no, no, no. No! (STELLA LAUGHING AND SQUEALING)
- I love you, Stella. (PANTING)
- (GIGGLES) (STELLA YELPS, LAUGHS)
- (ICE CRACKING) Oh... STELLA: Shit! WILL: Come on, come on! Come on. (LOUD CRACK) WILL: Come on. Barb. Barb? Barb. She's not answering, and now it's going straight to voicemail. Stella would
- Stella, they have new lungs for you.
- Hey, they have new lungs for you. Let's go to the hospital. Come on! I haven't seen the lights yet. The lights?
- Did you know about this? What are we doing out here? Let's go to the hospital. Come on. Five years? Five years is a lifetime for people like us. It's not! Because what happens when they fail
- Stella. Come on. Please? It's cold.
- Okay. PARAMEDIC: Come on, put the mask on. STELLA: I'm ready. DR. HAMID: Okay, all right, let's go, everyone. Okay, okay. PARAMEDIC: Okay, here we go. We're moving. ERIN: I'll be right here,
- (DOOR OPENS) Bacterial cultures came back. I don't know how, but she's clean. She didn't get it.
- But that doesn't mean she won't.
- What about Will? Is the treatment working?
- For all of this. No, no, no, no, sweetie.
- WILL: (WHISPERS) Mom. Hey. Hey, Mom. What? What is it? What is it, honey? Could you help me with something?
- Are you guys in? Absolutely. Barb?
- Hell, yeah, I'm in. (ERIN CHUCKLES) She's sedated. We have a few more hours. We have time. MEREDITH: It's done. They said yes.
- I've done all I'm doing with this, Will. I'm done.
- ERIN: Thank you. She's waking up.
- Hey, sweetie, you did great! You really did. You did great.
- BARB: You did wonderful, baby. You did good. ERIN: It's okay.
- (WHISPERS) We have something for you.
- WILL: My beautiful, bossy Stella. I guess it's true, what that book of yours says. That the soul knows no time. My drug trial's not working. I want you to know that this past month will last f
- (ON SPEAKERS) I finally got you speechless.
- You know, people are always saying if you love something, you have to learn to let it go. I thought that was such bullshit.
- Till I watched you almost die. In that moment, Stella,
- nothing mattered to me. Except you.
- All I want is to be with you.
- I need you to be safe. From me.
- I don't know what comes next, but I don't regret any of this.
- Could you close your eyes? I just don't know if I can walk away if you're still looking at me.
- (SNIFFLES) He left this for you.
- Our first form of communication. Safety, security, comfort, all in the gentle caress of a finger. Or at the brush of lips on a soft cheek. Hey, Stella. You can't record that. No. It connects
- We need that touch from the one we love almost as much as we need air to breathe.
- But I never understood the importance of touch.
- So, if you're watching this and you're able,
- Life's too short to waste a second.
Stella - Haley Lu Richardson
Will - Cole Sprouse
Poe - Moises Arias
Barb - Kimberly Hebert Gregory
Dr. Hamid - Parminder Nagra
Meredith - Claire Forlani
Julie - Emily Baldoni
Tom - Gary Weeks
Erin - Cynthia Evans
Jason - Brett Austin Johnson
Hope - Ariana Guerra
Abby - Sophia Bernard
Young Stella - Evangeline Hill
Young Abby - Ivy Dubreuil
Young Poe - Kristopher Perez
Camila - Cecilia Leal
Maya - Trina LaFargue
Anesthesiologist - Demi Castro
Young Patient - Keianna Nutley
RRT Doctor (as Armando L. Leduc) - Armando Leduc
ER Doctor - Jim Gleason
EMT - Phillip Mullings Jr.
Surgeon - Todd Terry
Julie's Baby - Maxwell Baldoni
Nurse - Sue-Lynn Ansari
Social Worker - Judy McGee Burley
Doctor - Rebecca Chulew
Doctor - Ken Knight
Nurses Aid - Michael McQuillan
Residential Nurse - Christopher Morris
Dr. Mansfield - Johnny Otto
Businessman - Toney Chapman Steele
Family Member - Kaleb Williams