Direct and thoughtful, Lukás has a distinctive sense of humor; he loves movies and he writes his own screenplays. Piano virtuoso Denis is able to play demanding classical pieces; he is also incredibly intelligent and well-read. He adores The Little Prince so much that he keeps rereading it. Majda likes to rap and isn't shy about it; her bold lyrics expose the surrounding world with disarming accuracy. Marjamka is able to tell long stories in English, while her tireless brother Ahmed is uncommonly friendly. Five remarkable children that society has consistently and unflatteringly labeled "autistic." A foremost Czech documentarist with a unique authorial vision challenges us once and for all to stop perceiving autism as a medical diagnosis and try to understand it as a fascinating way of thinking that's often maddeningly difficult to decipher. Because who's to determine what's normal - living in a constant rush while disregarding the absurdity of modern life, or wistfully seeking order,...
This film is a real intent to see life from inside, there is a real research of easthetic. Music, faces, characters are intented to be shown with their human side, which is however sometimes a difficult side. A normal fact, but here outside normality. It depicts children and teenager, music is very well treated, there is an intention to help understand something like poetry thus that you cannot grasp, so the sad part is that intangible string of difference, a mind, a feeling, a sensation never at rest. It's a whole different culture and wording, it's definitely beautiful, not moralist, nor doom, it's just showing and really artistic.
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