Temple Grandin Autism Movie Review

Temple Grandin Autism Movie Review

by Tom Jacibons

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Overview

In this book Tom writes about the HBO film Temple Grandin starting Clair Danes. Clair did an amazing job portraying Temple in the movie. Travis discusses the movie in great detail and talks about how Hollywood is constantly improving in the way they portray autism in movies. Tom says we have come a very long way since "Rain Man." The movie shows Temple's mother fighting against all odds to help.

Eustacia Cutler goes against the doctors recommendation of institutionalizing Temple Grandin in what is probably the most brilliant choice of ignoring the doctors wishes ever.

Eustacia sends Temple to boarding school where she catches the eye of a very compassionate professor who will help Temple through some of her social struggles.

Temple overcomes a lot of bullying in the movie and Tom discusses how bullying can have both short term and long term effects on people with autism.

Read this movie review book about the Temple Grandin movie and then decide for yourself if you would like to go watch the Temple Grandin HBO movie.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781517238926
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/06/2015
Pages: 56
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.12(d)

About the Author

Tom is an author who resides on the Autism Spectrum. He loves reading and solving puzzles. He enjoys traveling and meeting new people.

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