Visions of utopia never include disabled people. The people who create and consume those visions should probably ask why that is.
In medical dramas, disability is always represented as a failed outcome. What if we changed that framing?
Me Before You just premiered in theatres, adding another entry to the long pantheon of films about disabled people, for nondisabled people. Like others, it relies on cripface and the presentation of disability as an unimaginable tragedy, which is hugely offensive.