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Although I'm sure this little girl likes to be creative, I am suspicious these paintings were totally of her making. We even see her father pointing out where on the canvas to paint. The kid's cute, but I also think that was a way to make this family seem more likeable and less suspicious. And if it's all true, this girl's parents are pushing her too hard. But, frankly, I smell fraud...
A rather bleak look at those who suffer from Lyme Disease, its origins and some controversial treatment that has the medical world in conflict. I found it interesting and informative. I really had no idea how much these people suffer. It will make me think twice about wearing shorts in the bush...
Looks at a different side of sexuality - those who have no desire for sex. The film focuses mainly on one guy and his view that he has never and never will have sex. Interesting to hear the perspectives of those who share his feelings - and those who are very suspicious that there is such a thing as asexuality. I give it two stars because I felt it was missing something...It wasn't exactly boring, but what was presented made asexuals out to have it really dull.
Adam and Beth are neighbours. Adam has Asperger's syndrome. Beth doesn't care that he can't see that she is carrying something heavy, she needs his help, but he doesn't notice. The two fall in complex love. The end. Well, it's a little more involved than that, but you know the drift. This was an okay film but there was something derivative about it. Haven't I seen this before somewhere? It was almost like they plugged in a disability to make the tired cliche work. It was okay. I watched it to the end.