By Matthew Mulcahy
This documentary adaptation of Naoki Higashida’s memoir is an immersive sensory exploration of non-verbal autism.
Craig Roberts’ second feature, about a woman copying with schizophrenia, allows us to share its protagonist’s experience.
As cinemas in the UK prepare to reopen, Matthew Mulcahy reflects on his formative experiences of watching films on the big screen.
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