Press coverage

"A mystery replete with miracles!

Will leave audiences stunned and rethinking what has long been considered a disorder devoid of hope."
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- John Anderson, VARIETY

"There are some films that have the power to change the world, and I hope this one actually proves it."
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- Hitchiker

"This documentary does not sugarcoat autism, or celebrate it, or cure it. The movie's strength lies in that it shows the heart-wrenching reality of what families have to go through to get assessments, diagnosis and advice."
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- Chantal Sicile-Kira, HUFFINGPOST.COM

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“This is Fridriksson’s sixth documentary and by far his best. Nobody is left unaffected by this cute little boy called Keli and his mother’s determination to get to know him better. “
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- IRB., Iceland Review Online

“Without doubt the best documentary ever made by Icelanders….”
- Omar Fridleifsson


"Here we have one of those rare flicks that change the world..." "Fridriksson delivers one of his most essential pieces of work."
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- OHT., RUV


“…Fridrik Thor’s best film in a long while.”
- S.V., Morgunbladid


A Mother's Courage is a wonderful documentary that makes a difference."
- K.G., Frettabladid

"There are some films that have the power to change the world, and I hope this one actually proves it. Moving...

As the documentary makes clear, there is much more to those with autism than meets the eye. These are not people who deserve to be locked into mental institutions or reviled as demons, the response of earlier generations and unenlightened cultures."

- Hitchiker

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