Temple Grandin

A Compelling Portrayal Of Autism And The Power Of Individuality 

The movie "Temple Grandin" portrays autism through the perspective of Temple Grandin, a woman with autism who revolutionized the livestock industry through her innovative designs for animal handling facilities.

Based on a true story, the film depicts autism as a neurological condition that affects how individuals perceive and process information, interact socially, and communicate with others.

Throughout the movie, viewers see how Temple's autism affects her daily life and mental health.  

For example, she is highly sensitive to sensory stimuli, such as loud noises and bright lights, which can overwhelm her and cause her to feel anxious. 

Temple also struggles with social communication and has difficulty understanding the nuances of social 

interaction, which was one of the reasons to be marginalized, misunderstood and stigmatized.  

However, the movie also portrays the strengths and unique abilities that can come with autism. 

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Temple's ability to “think in pictures”, her intense focus and attention to detail (which are common traits among individuals with autism) helped her to excel in her work and to develop innovative solutions to complex problems. 

Making most of her unique abilities, she crafted a beautiful career for herself as a scientist, ground-breaking animal advocate and a famous author. 

Overall, the movie "Temple Grandin" provides a nuanced and respectful portrayal of autism, highlighting both the challenges and strengths of the condition. 

It also serves as an inspiring example of how individuals with autism can make valuable contributions to society and achieve great victories in life. It is also a must-watch movie for caregivers and loved one of young people with autism. 

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