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Louisville native Nicholas Gray's writer/director debut with world premiere of film
"If You Could Say It In Words," a film written and directed by Louisville native Nicholas Gray, will have its world premiere on October 8 at 9:00 p.m. on the opening night of the Derby City Film Festival at the Louisville Memorial Auditorium. "If You Could Say It In Words" is a nuanced, unflinching look at a romance in which a painter with undiagnosed Asperger's Syndrome challenges a young woman's conventional ideas and his own understanding of love. Alex Plank, founder of autism advocacy website WrongPlanet.net, says “Alvin [Keith]'s performance as Nelson is quite possibly the most authentic portrayal of an autistic person that I've ever seen in the movies…It's refreshing to finally see a film that explores an autistic individual who isn't two dimensional.”
Location:
Louisville Memorial Auditorium
970 South Fourth Street
Louisville, Kentucky 11106
Phone: 646-221-2254

URL: http://www.ifyoucould-movie.com
Price: $6
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