I went to bed very late again last night and I did not get enough sleep, when I woke up I could not remember any of my dreams at first, but I had a chance to lay there a moment with my eyes closed until I was able to remember part of a dream from last night that had many transitions that I did not notice while in the dream.
All that I can remember of this dream now it that during one part of the dream there was a man who needed help with something, and so he contacted a male former college professor and scientist with whitish-color skin who wore glasses who he knew from years ago but I can not remember what he needed help with other than it involving something that required scientific knowledge.
A kind blind uneducated abused lower class woman named Selina D’Arcey who lives in an abusive living situation with her mother and grandfather, who one day meets a man named Gordon Ralfe in the park and the two of them form a relationship as Gordon Rafle tries to help her, and the film also covers other topics like racism and race and disabilities and abuse et cetera.
Accidentally blinded by her prostitute mother Rose-Ann (Oscar winner Shelley Winters) at the age of five, Selena D’Arcy spends the next 13 years confined in the tiny Los Angeles apartment that they share with “Ole Pa” (Wallace Ford), Selena’s grandfather.
One afternoon at the local park, Selena meets Gordon Ralfe (Sidney Poitier), a thoughtful young office worker whose kind-hearted treatment of her results in her falling in love with him, unaware that he is black.
They continue to meet in the park every afternoon, and he teaches her how to get along in the city.
But when the cruel, domineering Rose-Ann learns of their relationship, she forbids her to have anything more to do with him because of his race.
Selena continues to meet Gordon despite Rose-Ann’s fury, who is determined to end the relationship for good.