Heartwarming! How a blind Marvel fan enjoyed Avengers: Endgame
Avengers : Endgame is definetly the most pertinent issue for movie buffs now. After incidents of boyfriend issuing warning before taking girlgriend for the movie and a person getting bashed in Hong Kong for giving spoilers outside a movie theatre got viral, the story of a making his blind friend enjoy the movie has won several hearts.
Marvel buffs are hitting the theatres again and again to watch the 22nd film of the MCU. When one such avid fan went to see the film for the third time, interestingly he found a man narrating the film to a person sitting beside him.
Having seen the movie already, his narration wasn’t bothering him much but many were offended by the commentary, however, when they got to know the reason behind the act. it melted hearts.
On Facebook, Sabyasachi Biswas from Kolkata related the beautiful story as to why was the man narrating the movie, scene-by-scene, to the person. “There was a guy beside me, who was constantly narrating the movie to his friend. Since I saw the movie twice, I wasn’t finding any issue with it, but people who were around asked him to stop,” he wrote on his Facebook post that is doing the rounds online.
“During the interval, we all noticed that the guy he was narrating to is blind, after talking with him we came to know that he lost both of his eyes in a bike accident just after Thor: Ragnarok” Biswas added in his post.
It is since then, that the two visit Marvel movies together and the blind friend is narrated the story by the other one making sure he can imagine the scenes with his shut eyes.
“During the second half of the Endgame, we all witnessed how dramatically he explains the scenes to friend and his friend’s facial expressions changing from time to time. The aggression, the smile, the tears, Tony & Nat’s situation & Thanos’s defeat seemed so alive in his face,” the post added. Identifying the duo as Anthony and Joe, Sabyasachi however did not take a photo of the two friends because the felt the act 'uncomfortable and biased towards the other. “No please, I feel uncomfortable plus even if you guys are taking our photo which only I can see, and my friend can’t, so please excuse us,” said on of the two friend.
The Facebook user's said, he was moved by their fandom for MCU and how they were setting major friendship goals. His post won several hearts and where shared several times.