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Mozart and the Whale (Crazy in Love) [DVD]
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Hartnet stars as Donald Morton, a cab-driver who maintains a support group for disorder-laden individuals. Although he is afflicted himself, Donald has a phenomenal talent for numbers whilst also seeming to lead a pretty ordinary life, although he gets fired from jobs on a regular basis and has trouble keeping his apartment clean and tidy, especially with his collection of birds that constantly run amok.
Donald is a bit of a kind-hearted and shy loner, who refuses to look people in the eye and or directly respond to questions. This causes a problem when he meets the gorgeous Isabelle (Mitchell) who joins the group. Whilst Donald is bashful and introverted, Isabelle is full of energy and life, she says what's on her mind and is impulsively creative - she loves to paint and is musical.
It doesn't take long for Donald and Isabelle to get together, with Isabelle making the first move. She invites him to a Halloween fancy dress party, where is dresses as Mozart and he as a whale. When he nervously brings her his cluttered apartment, Isabelle announces that "this is all about sex," but you can tell that there's obviously a bourgening emotional connection happening.
The rest of the story details their efforts to form some sort of meaningful attachment.Read more ›
1. Asperger's sufferers are generally aware of the fact.
2. Just because they act differently to 'the norm', they don't necessarily want to.
Without getting technical, like some other reviewers, this is a great movie, and a good starting-point for anyone who has an Asperger's sufferer in their life. Josh Hartnett plays his role particularly well, and watching and listening to his character really brings home the simple day-to-day difficulties encountered by sufferers and those who come into contact with them.
An understanding of what is happening within is sometimes all that is required...
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Josh Hartnett's portrayal of Aspergers is impressively convincing and moving. However, I felt increasingly disturbed by Isabelle's character who seemed less Aspergers and more... Read morePublished 5 months ago by translumir
Features two people with a form of Autism who aspire to have a relationship. |As with any relationship, they have issues. Swearing and sensual elements.Published 6 months ago by ellison
It was really interesting - the subject matter and the way it was dealt with.
It was a much better film than I expected !
I watched it once. I have a chid with high functioning autism and I couldn't really relate to the characters especially the part played by the female. Read morePublished on 6 Aug. 2014 by s
This story is very funny and sad at the same time. It shows the ups and downs of a very unique relationship. Read morePublished on 21 Sept. 2013 by banana
The story was very well acted. and I liked it, however, the musical scoring is awful. It is unfortunate because it rather wrecks the film.Published on 26 May 2013 by Lee