Temple Grandin (2010)

Temple Grandin (2010)

Movie Review

From a girl who couldn’t speak to a professor who lectures on animal science, Temple Grandin shows that autism isn’t a death sentence. The biographical film about one of the leading scientists was not released in cinemas, but it won great love from viewers and critics alike. And there are several reasons for this: firstly, the amazing true story of a remarkable woman; secondly, the inspiring example of how one should fight for one’s own happiness, contrary to the conventions that society dictates; and, thirdly, the performance of Claire Danes, who was awarded a Golden Globe.


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Claire Danes, Julia Ormond, David Strathairn

Movie Info

Director – Mick Jackson
Writers – Temple Grandin (based on the book: “Emergence”) (based on the book: “Thinking in Pictures”) Margaret Scariano (based on the book: “Emergence”) Christopher Monger (screenplay)
Taglines – Autism gave her a vision. She gave it a voice.
Genres – Biography Drama
Certificate – TV-PG
Release date – February 6, 2010 (United States)
Country of origin – United States
Language – English
Also known as – Темпл Ґрандін
Filming locations – Georgetown, Texas, USA
Production companies – HBO Films Ruby Films Gerson Saines Productions
Runtime – 1h 47min
Color – Color
Sound mix – Dolby Digital
Aspect ratio – 1.78 : 1


Rotten Tomatoes – 100%
IMDb – 8.3/10

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