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Color Me Perfect (1996)

TV Movie  -   -  5 November 1996 (USA)
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A mentally-retarded woman who works in a store under the watchful guidance of her nephew guardian undergoes an experimental treatment that transforms her--temporarily--into a genius.

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Dina Blake
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Dr. Linda Ryan
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Dr. Mitch Conlon (as Robin Thomas)
Stan Cahill ...
Andy Chase
Nathaniel DeVeaux ...
Dr. Elisha Swan
Hiromoto Ida ...
Leonard
Joy Coghill ...
Jennifer
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Susie
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Gina
Jorge Vargas ...
Skateboard Boy #1
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Skateboard Boy #2
Chris Humphreys ...
David
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Reporter #1
Joanna Piros ...
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Claire Riley ...
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A mentally-retarded woman who works in a store under the watchful guidance of her nephew guardian undergoes an experimental treatment that transforms her--temporarily--into a genius.

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interesting thought...
29 March 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

As a mother of a disabled child myself i found this very hard to watch, however, i also found it interesting. My imediate thought was 'why change someone, who has a learning difficulty? why not accept them?' It seemed to me like they were looking for a 'nazi idealised society' Then after a while I thought, 'what if the disabled person wanted to be, more improved, as it were.' I think the lead actor did an excellent job and bought up the sensitive subject of people with learning problems having sexual desires and emotions, just like everybody else...which of course they do... Over all i enjoyed the film but found it a very emotional experience due to my own life experience and would recommend a watch....


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