Autistic License

Autistic License is a surprisingly funny, heartbreakingly tragic, authentically surreal and unflinchingly honest play which offers a glimpse of the rewards and struggles of raising a child with autism. This critically-acclaimed play goes beyond the statistics and divisive headlines to provide audiences with the personal experience of living with disability. Autistic License is a play that is ultimately about family, love and relationships. Autism may be the vehicle that drives this theatrical piece, but the true message of the play speaks to anyone who thought their life was going in one direction, only to find themselves on a completely unintended journey. Autistic License shows how we can love someone for who they are and not for who we thought they would be -- or even who we wanted them to be.

Year:
2009
Length:
89 minutes
Country:

Shown at

  1. New Jersey Jewish Film Festival - 2010

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