Available April 29 at 10:00 am—May 5 at 11:59 pm ONLY
A mother tracks down the first person ever diagnosed with autism in rural Mississippi to learn whether his life story holds promise for her own autistic son. Her journey exposes a startling record of cruelty and kindness alike—framed by forces like race, money, and privilege—as she ultimately finds hope for a future with greater acceptance for those who are considered different.
Pricing/Film Availability Info: Admission to the series will be sold either as an all-access pass or à la carte, available only in the JBFC Virtual Marquee. Pricing is $70 (members), $80 (nonmembers) for the all-access pass or $10 (members), $12 (nonmembers) per film. For à la carte purchasers, the four short film programs will be made available free of charge, and passholders will also have access to the shorts programs included with their pass purchase. All film programs will be available to stream for the entire length of the series—films will become available at 10:00am on April 29 and will be open to stream until 11:59pm on May 5. Once a film is started, pass holders will have 48 hours to finish, regardless of when in the series they start the film.