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New Pixar Film 'Luca' Spotlights Disabled Character

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For as long as I can remember, I’ve been a huge fan of Pixar. It started when I was 7, and the original “Toy Story” film came out.

I watched the film and would then act out the scenes with my toys. This, without me knowing, helped me build my communication skills as an autistic child who grew up with challenges in that area.

Later on, I’d become fascinated by a wide range of movies that helped with my “tunnel vision,” also known as the inability at times to understand the perspectives of others.

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