Molly (Elisabeth Shue) is a functioning autistic who has been living isolated in a government facility for the last fifteen years, after the death of her parents. When the government closes the facility down, her brother Buck (Aaron Eckhart), is forced to take her in, much to his dissatisfaction. When Molly is invited to participate in a radical new surgery to possibly revoke the symptoms of autism, Buck reluctantly agrees. At first the surgery doesn't appear to work but suddenly Molly opens up to the world and sees life completely differently, full of questions and confusing longings, Molly changes the lives of those around her forever.
Pros: falls way short on portraying the disease Cons: acting The Bottom Line: "She died of a faver and no one could save her And that was the end of sweet Molly Malone" ~James Yorkston I must admit I was disappointed with the … more