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In fact, the first meat plant I ever went to, I got in because I met the wife of their insurance agent, because she liked my hand embroidered shirt.People are going to hire you because of your skill not your personality.

Based on the writings of the real Temple Grandin, this HBO Films production is an engaging portrait of a stigmatized, misunderstood young woman who learned to channel her unique gifts into a brilliant career as a scientist, author and groundbreaking animal advocate. This movie is a wonderful, well made example of the life of someone on the autistic 'spectrum'.

Catherine O'Hara co-stars with Julia Ormond and David Strathairn. Temple Grandin has paved the way towards educating educators, as well as the public, about this very intriguing disorder.

How much input did Temple have on the making of this movie?

I gave input into the screenwriting, spent a good amount of time, four days, with the writers and two days with the director. They built a cattle dipping vat based right on my original, off of my drawings.

She was mainstreamed into a normal kindergarten at age five.

Oliver Sacks wrote in the forward of was “unprecedented because there had never before been an inside narrative of autism.” Dr. Grandin in his best selling book Anthropologist on Mars. Grandin became a prominent author and speaker on both autism and animal behavior.

As a former production professional, I appreciated the effort and care with which they took words on a page and translated them into sounds and images that accurately portrayed a person who is a hero to many of us - not an easy thing to do.

As a parent of a child with autism, I could not help but relate to Temple's mother, Eustacia Cutler (Julia Ormond), and was moved to tears during the final scene.

The messages that Temple hopes people will take away are true for everyone, not just those with Asperger's, especially in this economy.

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