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I just saw this movie and I found it to be a very powerful and tender
documentary about love and autism. It shows how having autism (or being
autistic) does not mean that one cannot fall in love. However it does
make it more difficult. Also, one might say that the experience of
might be different than the neurotypical experience (isn't everyone's
experience different anyway?). Nonetheless, it is undeniably love.
I feel compelled to write this review in response to the one by John Babak Ebrahimian. I would like to point out the following:
-- This is a documentary about adults, not children. One of the adults is a young adult (in his 20s), there is a couple in their 30s, and another one who is older. None are children.
-- This is not about friendship, it is about love. The romantic relationships depicted in the documentary are exactly that: romantic relationships, not just friendship.