Keep the Change

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Jeanie

A nice look at how others see the world. I'm not sure I agree with some of the scenes that were included - were they giving the wrong impression?

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NORMA

Great sensible movie. A sonata of love and understanding between two special and out of the ordinary people.

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Anita

This was a very moving and powerful film. It definitely resonated with real life experiences I have had. It's interesting to see how even in autistic relationships, women continue to do the majority of emotional labor.

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James

I enjoyed this. I don't have much personal experience with severely autistic people so I can't speak for the authenticity of the representation, but I fully bought in to this love story. In the end it turns out to be a poignant meditation on self-discovery and self-acceptance that applies to ...Read more

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Brigitte

So refreshing, I loved this movie, especially on reading that the actors were autistic also!

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Pamela

Beautifully honest - something special here.

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Frank Sherman

IF I DIDN'T AGREE I'D BE INHUMAN.

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Suzanne

I felt so many emotions while watching these very authentic characters: pride, joy, empathy, awkwardness, shame, doubt, vulnerability, desire and compassion. Beautifully written, captured and acted.

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Michael

Very enjoyable film. Starts slow but builds. Methinks Judith would like it.

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Yvonne

loved it!

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Enid

A beautifully done, honest, touching film. Some hilarious moments, and some painful moments.

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Raul

Very thoughtful movie. Well acted, Brandon and Samantha are great portraying their characters. Not sure at the beginning what to expect but as the movie progressed i learned more about LD and how trivial tasks for regular people could be challenging for others. I was also wondering about the ...Read more

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Kathleen

Very
Well done.A tribute to the autistic community.

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Regina

Very touching and enjoyable movie

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Seonhwa

Beautiful movie. It's refreshing to see the love story movie of people with autism. I like it. The lines that remains ;
. I liked her because she was weird. I am weird too.

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Kimberly

Really sweet flick. Nice to see characters of all body types present. Not your typical Hollywood "pretty people" film. Quality movie. Good Job.

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Thembi

The end makes it worth while... Tender and surprising

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