Keep the Change (2018)
Critic Consensus: Keep the Change puts a refreshingly inclusive perspective on the rom-com formula, further elevated by a talented cast and compassionate work from writer-director Rachel Israel.
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as David Cohen
as Sarah Silverstein
as Carrie Cohen
as Lenny Cohen
as Matt Cone
as Jared Klimber
as Sarah's Grandma
as Italian Restaurant Waiter
as Luxury Car Driver
as Uncle Jimmy
as David's Uncle
as David's Grandma
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"Keep the Change" isn't a film for cynics, but romantics will find plenty to warm their hearts here.
This gently humorous, fiercely honest indie film is a step forward in the quest for a move inclusive Hollywood, which seems to one of the themes of the cultural moment.
Keep the Change may be a breakthrough in its focus on real people with intellectual disabilities, but it's especially commendable for providing positive examples of how the nondisabled can create inclusive environments for all.
What distinguishes it are Israel's empathetic characterizations - she's known Polansky for 15 years - and the winning performances, not only by the leads but also by the supporting players.
[It] accomplishes a much more difficult task: When the movie starts, its main characters seem outside the norm, unusual, "wierdos," in the description of David himself. By its end, you see nothing at all of that; they're just people.
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