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The first observation that comes to my mind when I watch any recent movie about people with disability is how these characters were well educated in their casees They understand very well they have a certain type of disability they know what are their weaknesses what are their strength They are acquainted in how to interact with their disability and how to adjust their abilities skills or even limitations to live naturally along with others In the movie Mozart and the Whale for Josh Hartnet and Radha Mitchell that are directed by Petter Naess the two heroes are autistics The whole story revolves around a young man who works as a taxi driver and is friendly and kind and a young beautiful lady who is also autistic As a person with Aspergers Syndrome Donald Josh Hartnet like routines and patterns For example he likes to have every thing in its place does not like anyone to change things places He likes collecting newspapers cans and never through things He likes to do things the same way and the same time He also has great abilities in Maths and so found of numbers Whenever he feels upset or irritated he goes to the car garage and keeps performing complex calculations He decides to help other people who has the same Aspergers syndrome and runs a group of autistics adults Donald meets with them in a place where they gather eat and share their time and personal stories In one of the meetings he meet with Isabelle Radha Mitchell who looks attractive and audacious She starts talking about her childhood and loudly revealed her memories including top secret and negative ones She is a complicated character that has difficulties in keeping relations with friends She looks smart as she has a job in a salon and can manage others life by doing some business and help get jobs and organized life of others as what she did
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