A clever and dapper man of 50 with Autism Spectrum Disorder has learned to mask the many limitations of his disability and function successfully in our neurotypical world. But, his triumph comes at a cost. He can “act” neurotypical, but for only a limited time before regressing into a more genuine version of himself, who he says he is “at his core.” His sharp transformation is truly unforgettable. His wife doesn’t mind, and together, they share secrets about their bond and reveal the true meaning of unconditional love.
Director: Michelle Friedline
2016 Breaking Down Barriers Film Festival | Moscow, Russia
2016 The Other Film Festival with Melbourne Fringe Festival | Melbourne, Victoria Australia
2015 Extraordinary Film Festival | Namur, Belgium
2015 Harn Museum of Art | ADA Today: Changing Perceptions Art Installation | University of Florida
2015 Civic Media Center | Gainesville FL
2015 Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival
2015 ReelAbilities Houston
2015 Focus on Autism CARD Conference
2014 The Other Film Festival
2014 ReelAbilities NJ
2014 Aesthetica Film Festival
2014 ReelAbilities Boston and Greater DC
2013 RiverRun International Film Festival
2013 ReelAbilities NY and NJ
2012 Reynolda Film Festival
2012 Atlanta Shortsfest
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