Spectrum - A Story of the Mind
The Rich Sensory Experience of Autism

Spectrum - A Story of the Mind - The Rich Sensory Experience of Autism
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Sandra

What a beautiful way to describe autism!

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iain

"If it can drown the pain, let it rain forever."

What a beautiful documentary, very moving as well as informative.

Huge thanks to the documentary makers and all the wonderful stars who shone throughout.

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irfan

Informative , would be more conscious and can have more meaningful interaction next time come across a autistic person .

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Allysa

I now know more about autism; I knew so little before. Very interesting documentary.

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