ReelAbilities Presents “Keep The Change”

Top Pick March 26, 2018 Newton Free 0
"Keep the Change" (Promotional still)
"Keep the Change" (Promotional still)

“Keep The Change” is a rom-com set in a world where no character is typical. David is obsessed with being perceived as “normal”—thanks in part to his parents (Tibor Feldman, “The Sopranos,” and Jessica Walter, “Arrested Development”). When David is forced to attend an autism support group, he meets Sarah, who exudes positivity and confidence. But when Sarah goes home to meet David’s family, their romance is challenged. The film’s cast includes actors on the autism spectrum.

Directed by Rachel Israel, United States, 94 minutes, fiction, English with open captions.

Discussion to follow with actress Samantha Elisofon; Caitlin McInerney, program director of adaptations; and Alex LoPinto, adaptations and Ha Dereckh coordinator, JCC Manhattan Center for Special Needs.

Event will be at the JCC Riemer-Goldstein Theater.

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