I can’t go on, I must go on, I will go on!
“If they tell you, you can’t don’t believe them,” says Biba May, a young woman who has suffered from progressive muscular dystrophy since age seven, and is haunted by the memories of war in Kosovo. While her body is deteriorating, her spirit is soaring high. She becomes a voice for all people with different abilities, fights for their rights, and becomes an advocate for their freedom. Biba May is a champion turning impossible into possible, and inability into ability.
Dealing with her fears, loss of her father, and limitations, she finds the strength to climb the century-old fortress that she climbed with her father for the first time when she was seven years old, not knowing it would be her last; once she reaches the top she screams I am free, free at last as she looks at her city below with hope.
BIBA MAY “No More”