Everyone in this film receives one of those before the credits roll.
Luke (Lou Taylor Pucci) is a 25 year old man with autism that was living with his grandparents until she passes away and he's put in home. He's sent to live with his uncle Paul, (Cary Elwes) his intensely bitchy wife Cindy (Kristen Bauer van Straten) and their teenage children. Not liking his living arrangement, Luke is determined to get a job and live independently.
I'm not sure why Lou Taylor Pucci isn't more popular, this guy can really do no wrong. This guy does TONS of independent films and he's never even gotten a Spirit Award nomination? The fuck is that?
Rant aside, this film was incredibly sweet and felt authentic. Films about autism can be touchy, but I thought this one was handled well. Seth Green also has a part in this film as Luke's coworker, he comes off as extremely over the top at first, but he tones it down and his character eventually serves a good purpose.
Memorable Quote: "Stay true to what you want, always." - Sam (Dewshane Williams)