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Rated NR · 94 minutes · 2009

Arguably fascinating documentary arrives at the junction of alternative therapy, shamanism, and horses in its account of Rupert, a Texas writer, and his psychology professor wife, Kristin, traveling to Mongolia with their young autistic son, Rowan, searching for help with Rowan’s condition. They bathe in a sacred lake, meet a tribe of reindeer people, and talk about autism. One opinion is that it is “a reaction to our environment,” but it’s definitely clear that in traditional societies like Mongolia, the sufferer is not segregated from the family and community. Directed and photographed by Michael O. Scott. Nice scenery, naturally (93 min.).
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Director: Michel O. Scott
Producer: Rupert Isaacson



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