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A is for Autism

UK, 1992 (MIFF 1992, Animation)

Director: Tim Webb

Using as its source the words, music and draw­ings of autistic people, this film explores the feeling of autism from the inside Constructed to reflect an idiosyncratic and obsessive world, it is both visually striking and disquietingly insightful (AS)

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