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85
NPR
The star of the film is a matter-of-fact, highly perceptive Indian woman, Soma Mukhopadhyay, whose autistic adult son is now a published author.
80
The stars here are not the moms, but the kids-and they are truly amazing.
80
There is no pat resolution here, but the sight of a mother finally able to connect with her child across autism's chasm is more than stirring.
80
(A)beautifully shot, fascinating film.
60
A decent primer on the common and often misunderstood disease - in bold digital colors and scored to Sigur Rós and Björk, no less! - the film suffers from the attitude embodied by its self-congratulatory title.

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