A dramatic-comedy, inspired by the lives of two people with Asperger's Syndrome, a form of autism, whose emotional dysfunctions threaten to sabotage their budding romance. Donald is a good-natured but hapless taxi driver with a love of birds and a superhuman knack for numbers. Like many people with AS, he likes patterns and routines. But when the beautiful but complicated Isabel joins the autism support group he leads, his life - and his heart - are turned upside down. Written by
They don't fit in. Except together.
2 February 2006 (Turkey)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
The screenplay was written by Ronald Bass
, who also wrote Rain Man
(1988), a movie about an individual with autism. Bass is said to have been inspired by a 1995 article in the Los Angeles Times. See more
In the first group scene, Donald talks about numbers as he stares at the microwave oven countdown. When the camera cuts away from the digital readout, the one/second beep of the microwave can still be heard but when the camera returns to the readout, fewer seconds elapse than beeps heard. See more
I can't promise you the future Donald Duck. I don't know if this is for 2 days or 20 years.
Maybe it's something about us that's normal.
Written by Joel Chearer
Performed by Pedestrian
Published by Shearer Energy Music (ASCAP)
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