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An Autistic boy's parents trek across the beautiful Mongolian lands in search of a cure for their son's Autism.
The film is deeply personal, courageous, and shows how love and creativity can create a beautiful life - no matter what your circumstances are.
This heart warming tale left me in tears and I strongly recommend viewing by anyone who like myself has an autistic family member.
Good documentary. Quite a story. Would liked to have had closing text regarding how the boy is doing now.Published 20 days ago by EJ
Two people accustomed to traveling and leading an exciting life get strapped with a special needs child who responds well to horses. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Carolina Kat
i'm not much of a reader, but i like audio books. when i hear ones that i like, i buy them and give as gifts. this is one.Published 3 months ago by mary
That was the absolutely most whacked out thing I've ever seen....poor child :( Whack job parentsPublished 3 months ago by Lacee
Should the parents of children incapable of behaving in public inflict them on the fellow patrons in a restaurant. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Garth R. Mailman
Our son Dylan has Asperger's Syndrome Disorder. I listened to the book on tape so we decided to buy the movie. We all enjoyed it.Published 4 months ago by dylan cliche