REVIEW — “Life, Animated”
The best documentaries are the kind that make you feel as if you’re living through the story as it’s happening. The kind that aren’t preachy about its subject, nor too vague. There has to be a sweet spot of being informative, swift in storytelling, and well as gripping from the start. “Life, Animated” is one of the better documentaries that I’ve seen from the past few years, due mainly to the clear passion that is felt behind the camera, and how much emotion it gives you in under 90 minutes. You feel sadness, wonder, happiness, confusion, etc. while you explore the life of Owen Suskind, a young man who was diagnosed with autism at a very young age.
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