From personal experience, we know there are many joys and sorrows to autism, much like the ups and downs of life. Therefore, we did not want to sugar-coat the daily thoughts and concerns of the carers. We feel the hard-hitting message we are giving must be expressed more; to showcase the help and understanding The National Autistic Society provides families and individuals when they face the transition into adulthood. We decided to make our film through the medium of hand-drawn animation, giving a handmade and playful touch to a real-life story, complimenting the ups and downs of the soundtrack.
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