Saturday, 16 August 2008

Adult Autistic

I see the film ... Not because we thought that learn something, or you think you could apply in Jonh ... But the truth is that when I talk with people, I see only one concern - Autistic children! But autistic children grow! Where are these children? Where is the adult autistic? ...

And here yes ... encountered me with a reality ... Autistic they continue ...

Snow Cake - Trailer

Director Marc Evans
Actors Alan Rickman, Sigourney Weaver, Carrie-Anne Moss, Emily Hampshire
United Kingdom, Canada - Drama

History of love and friendship that has been nominated to Golden Bear of the Berlin Film Festival last year.

Elsewhere in winter in Ontario, Alex (Alan Rickman) has decided, with some resistance, to lift the young and energetic Vivienne (Emily Hampshire), not imagining that the world will turn it from the inside. During that fateful trip, suffer a terrible accident, car and Vivienne is instant death. Alex visit Vivienne's mother, Linda (Sigourney Weaver), and discovers that she is autistic. Despite understand what happened, Linda does not show any emotion. But little by little, Alex begins to understand and feel affection for Linda, but as the funeral of Vivienne is approaching the dark secrets of the past by Alex come to the surface. With the help and understanding of seductive Maggie (Carrie-Anne Moss), and the vision of Linda in the world, he can reconcile itself with its past and eliminate the sadness that had within it.

This was the film's opening 56. Of the Berlin Film Festival and is a fascinating story of love and friendship, although not very conventional, based on excellent interpretations, including Alan Rickman deserves emphasis.

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