Adam
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Adam, a lonely man with Asperger's Syndrome, develops a relationship with his upstairs neighbor, Beth.... (Full plot summary below)

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Adam, a lonely man with Asperger's Syndrome, develops a relationship with his upstairs neighbor, Beth.

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Los Angeles Times - 8/10 by Kevin Thomas Subtlety and nuance mark both the film's dialogue and performances. It's hard to see how Dancy and Byrne could be any better.
ReelViews - 8/10 by James Berardinelli The tendency for an actor in a role like this is to overact. The result is often disastrous, reducing a character into a caricature. Hugh Dancy, adopting an American accent as effectively as the mannerisms of someone on the moderate portion of the Asperger's spectrum, makes Adam believable and generally sympathetic.
New York Post - 8/10 by Lou Lumenick The beautifully crafted Adam offers no pat or easy answers.
San Francisco Chronicle - 8/10 by Amy Biancolli It's the speed of love, not the speed of light, that occupies Adam, a small, sweet movie about one man's widening cosmos.
Portland Oregonian - 8/10 by Marc Mohan When it's not lapsing into disease-of-the-week prose, Adam presents a credible account of the challenges inherent in this misunderstood and often-ridiculed condition.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch - 8/10 by Joe Williams It may not be original, but Adam could leave a lump in your throat.
Entertainment Weekly - 7/10 by Owen Gleiberman It's hard to buy this relationship even for a moment. Adam is sweet, meticulous, and, at times, sort of clever, but it's also a not-quite-surprising-enough heartwarming trifle.
Washington Post - 7/10 by Dan Kois At its best, Adam makes the viewer understand the frustration of living in a world in which everyone is a stranger -- not least by making us work as hard to understand its hero's feelings as Adam himself must work to understand Beth's.
The New York Times - 7/10 by Jeannette Catsoulis The humor is delicate, and the performances sweet and sure; the script (by the director, Max Mayer) is not entirely predictable, and the Manhattan locations (lovingly photographed by Seamus Tierney) have a starry-eyed glaze.
Variety - 7/10 by Justin Chang Emotionally potent performances, gently offbeat humor and writer-helmer Max Mayer's assured touch guide this tender New York love story to a quietly hopeful conclusion.
The Hollywood Reporter - 7/10 by Kirk Honeycutt A sensitive but not sentimental story about a romance involving a mentally challenged young man never makes a misstep.
The A.V. Club - 6/10 by Nathan Rabin Dancy’s character has difficulty processing information and dealing with emotion, but even he could probably see through this schmaltz.

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