We see a boy standing in a corridor, obviously nervous. We hear some music, which builds the atmosphere. The boy walks down the corridor and we see him arrive him at the edge of a gymnastics mat. He is standing there, in a big arena, clearly trying to build up his confidence.
We are then encouraged to interact with the film. A volume slider bar appears with arrows flashing to the left and the right. A message reads 'Increase the volume to give Omar some encouragement'. By moving the volume slider to the right, we start to hear the occasional positive message from the crowd, saying saying 'Come on Omar' or 'You can do this', in the almost quiet arena.
The boy responds accordingly and begins to motivate himself, rubbing his hands together and and jumping up and down on the spot.
(Alternatively, if we move the volume slider to the left, we see the boy walking backwards down the corridor and back to where he started. He returns to the arena when the volume slider is moved to the right again.)
As the user keeps moving the volume slider further to the right, we hear a full crowd cheering and applauding loudly in anticipation of the boy's routine.
With the audience's encouragement ringing in his ears, and a spring in his step, the boy is empowered enough to start performing his gymnastics routine. He produces an impressive series of moves.
Next to a logo for the Special Olympics, we see a super that says: 'It's this kind of constant encouragement that that helps transform the lives of people with learning disabilities'.
At the end of his routine, the audience applause explodes and he smiles up at the crowd, cameras flashing in his face.
We then see a frame with the Special Olympics logo, as well as logos for the European Union and the National Grid. We see a final frame which reads 'It's Life Changing'. Below it is the website address 'specialolympicsgb.org.uk'.