In it an autistic woman lets us into her world. In the first half we see her engaging with life in a way, I would say in a language, of her own. This footage will probably trigger a variety of reactions in you – it did in me. In the second half, she chooses to communicate with us in what we might think of us our normal language. I found it astonishing, humbling and deeply provocative.
Reflections on the power of rehearsal, from a master performer