Movie review: Life, Animated

Life, Animated follows Owen from childhood to young adulthood and does a great job showing the love and patience that his family gave to him as they learned to accept his autism as a necessary part of his uniqueness. Owen is a brilliant thinker and an engaging person who nevertheless struggles to find a way to connect with other people. The film conveniently steps away from the deep family challenges faced by the Suskinds to highlight the victories and joys of their shared journey.

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