/This review contains no plot-spoilers/ Technically this is a flawlessly made film. The story is well-told, with convincing and consistent acting from all the cast. The dialogue is precise and well-crafted. The characters are varied, and while this usefully conveys that that 'all aspergers people are different', they also work well together in the ensemble scenes. Some reviewers have not initially been able to see the female lead as 'having aspergers' - I also had some initial doubts, but I was convinced after a second and third viewing. A worthy and moving film that is gripping on the first viewing, and which starts to shine ever-brighter as a little classic after several viewings.
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