I was invited to attend this year's True/False Film Festival in Columbia, Missouri. The festival focuses on documentaries, as well as fiction films that play with the notion of how "reality" is captured, such as the Oscar-nominated Pinochet drama No. For Screen International, I reviewed several films, including I Am Breathing, which looks at the final months in the life of Neil Platt, a Scottish architect diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease. Like Amour, it doubles as a love story. Here's my review.