Thursday, 12 January 2017

Best and Most Beautiful Things (2016)

A young, blind, aspie woman's search for her identity as an independent adult. Michelle sold the whole film and is open and extremely likeable.

A few things that stood out:
  • After Michelle explains to a teacher why she felt patronised by her: "It's not you, it's your autism speaking". What a witch!
  • The sensory-overload of the basketball game.
  • The scene when Michelle tries to chat to another woman in a bar during a Pride fest, only for the woman to turn her back to her was heartbreaking!
  • What a great mother and boyfriend!
  • Cool socks!
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