Contribuições da Maharani em 20 de março de 2008 – Obrigada!
Olha, lembrei de um filme que volta e meia passava na sessão da tarde, se chama “Meu filho, meu mundo“, passava direto na Sessão da Tarde quando eu era criança.
E aqui nesse site tem uma série de filmes sobre inclusão, de uma maneira geral.
Tentei postar no TQG, mas está dando erro!
Fiz uma busca no Netflix pra ver o que estaria disponível. Achei 2 documentários:
Autism Every Day (2006)
No Google achei Autism.org:
Stars: Brooke Shields, Sherilyn Fenn, Tony Fields, Burt Young, Anthony Franciosa
Director: Rupert Hitzig
Length: 104 Minutes
A gangster, with apparent mafia connections, winds up taking care of his autistic son. The child displays many autistic behaviors, such as social withdrawal, does not speak, and rocks. A graduate student decides to help the child as well as help the father leave the mafia.
Change of Habit
Stars: Elvis Presley, Mary Tyler Moore, Jane Elliot, Barbara McNair
Director: William Graham
Length: 97 Minutes
Elvis plays a physician who runs a medical clinic in a poor neighborhood. Three nuns are sent to assist Elvis in his medical practice. A parent brings her girl to the clinic for an evaluation and treatment. The girl is diagnosed as having autism because she rocks, does not want to be held, and does not respond to sounds. Elvis treats the girl, and she begins to break out of her autism.
House of Cards
Stars: Asha Menina, Kathleen Turner, Tommy Lee Jones, Esther Rolle
Director: Michael Lessac
Length: 107 Minutes
A bright, young girl withdraws soon after her father is killed by falling off a cliff. She believes that by withdrawing socially and climbing tall structures, she will reunite with her father who she believes is near the moon. She exhibits many autistic characteristics, such as insistence on sameness, good coordination, lack of social interaction, and no language. At the end of the movie, the mother builds a circular tower which is similar to a tower the child built from playing cards. The mother climbs the tower with her daughter, and the girl comes out of her autistic-like state.
Stars: Dustin Hoffman, Tom Cruise, Valeria Golino
Director: Barry Levinson
Length: 140 Minutes
A car dealer returns to his boyhood home soon after learning about his father’s death. His father left a large sum of money to a benefactor, who he later discovers is left to his autistic brother, Raymond. Raymond was institutionalized soon after his mother’s death because of the fear that he might accidentally hurt his younger brother. Raymond has many autistic features, such as perseverations, insistence on sameness, rocking, self-injury, and savant abilities.
Throughout the movie, the car dealer gets to know his brother during a cross-country car trip.
Silence (also known as Crazy Jack and The Boy)
Stars: Will Geer, Ellen Geer, Ian Geer, Richard Kelton
Director: John Korty
Length: 99 Minutes
An autistic child is lost during a camping trip and is befriended by a hermit. The child leaves the hermit’s house and is then faced with the dangers of the woods. He is later rescued.
The Boy Who Could Fly
Stars: Jay Underwood, Lucy Deakins, Fred Savage, Colleen Dewhurst, Fred Gwynne, Louise Fletcher
Director: Nick Castle
Length: 114 Minutes
A teenager with autism is sent to live with his uncle after his parents die in an airplane crash. The teenager exhibits many features of autism such as social withdrawal, no languge, and stereotypic behaviors. A girl who lives in a house next door befriends the teenager. Initially, she becomes his friend, but later she becomes his tutor. After much one-on-one contact, the teenager becomes more aware of other people and starts to show emotions. Because of his uncle’s alcohol problem, the teenager is sent to an institution. At the end of the movie, the teenager flew away to avoid being institutionalized.