On DVD: LET ME BE ME

New to DVD this week:
LET ME BE ME

Director:
Dan Crane, Katie Taber

World Premiere:
DOC NYC 2021

About:
Kyle Westphal grows up as an isolated autistic boy whose life is transformed by his fascination with fabric, leading him to become a fashion designer.

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One response to “On DVD: LET ME BE ME

  1. David Dell

    Let Me Be Me – An important, moving, and wonderful film revealing through an archive of in-home filming the evolution of an autistic boy from toddler to emergence into adulthood. The story is embellished with highly professional filmography and editing that tracks the early engagement of his family, caregivers, and moving on to friends and teachers at college. It is sure to stir deep emotions and engage healthy rethinking of what it means to live with autism.

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