"A Midwinter Nights Dream" establishes a relation between autism and being in war, especially in respect to a mindset of killing or living in (post-)war situations, where handicapped self-reflection is common, due to brutal complexity of daily life. The film offers with its brilliant vision a confronting and honest understanding in the essence and motivation of possibly any war.
But to interpret the story as an attempt to insult the autist, might be rather twisted, limited and an example in this sense. I'm sorry, don't take it personally.
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