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Me Too review
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This is another film I watched in class, otherwise I likely would never have known about it. It follows the adventures of Daniel, an exceptional young man with Down Syndrome who gets a job at an office. He soon makes friends with his co-worker Laura. He wants to be ...more than friends, while Laura struggles with that... and just about everything else. Daniel also struggles for General acceptance. Thanks to the support of his family, he is extremely well-educated, which makes him stand out from the others he knows with Down Syndrome. However, the other people in Daniel's world don't always realize that he is not so different.
Overall, this was an enjoyable and thought-provoking movie. It was nice to see a lot of actors with disabilities, including the one who played Daniel. The drawbacks:Daniel and Laura have decent chemistry, but are not always interesting. The other couple in the Film are two students with Special Needs at Daniel's brother's dance school. Their relationship seemed like it was being played for laughs, which was vaguely insulting. All-in-all, not an absolute must see, but I have cwrtainly seen worse.
7/10 stars
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Added by mkusa
2 years ago on 16 September 2015 04:50



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Posted: 2 years, 2 months ago at Sep 17 0:54
The title sounds familiar to me for some reason (I would have recognized it even before reading your review). I wonder if it played at OFS?

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