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Normal People

A endearing tale that follows the courtship of a man and women with autism.
3/5

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‘Normal People’ is a heartwarming and realistic portrayal of two individuals with autism who navigate the complexities of first-time interaction. Directed by Roberto Espinosa, the film shines a spotlight on Mark Moland and Zoe Cajigas’s characters as they struggle with social interactions. They stumble through stilted conversations and awkward moments, yet their connection remains palpable. The film showcases the fact that even those with social setbacks can build meaningful and fulfilling relationships with others.

Despite modest production values, the sound and editing of the film are well done. The authenticity of the acting is what sets ‘Normal People’ apart and keeps the viewers engaged. Moland and Cajigas deliver powerful and relatable performances that leave a lasting impression on viewers.

As a short drama, the message of the film is one of hope and humility. We are reminded that sometimes the simplest interactions and gestures can have the most profound impact on our lives. For those looking for an inspiring and heartfelt exploration of the beauty of relationships, ‘Normal People’ is a must-see.

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Normal People

A endearing tale that follows the courtship of a man and women with autism.
3/5

Review

‘Normal People’ is a heartwarming and realistic portrayal of two individuals with autism who navigate the complexities of first-time interaction. Directed by Roberto Espinosa, the film shines a spotlight on Mark Moland and Zoe Cajigas’s characters as they struggle with social interactions. They stumble through stilted conversations and awkward moments, yet their connection remains palpable. The film showcases the fact that even those with social setbacks can build meaningful and fulfilling relationships with others.

Despite modest production values, the sound and editing of the film are well done. The authenticity of the acting is what sets ‘Normal People’ apart and keeps the viewers engaged. Moland and Cajigas deliver powerful and relatable performances that leave a lasting impression on viewers.

As a short drama, the message of the film is one of hope and humility. We are reminded that sometimes the simplest interactions and gestures can have the most profound impact on our lives. For those looking for an inspiring and heartfelt exploration of the beauty of relationships, ‘Normal People’ is a must-see.

Normal People Short Film

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No artists for this title have been featured on Spotlight.

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Runtime: 14 min
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