Neurotypical is a term used by autistic people to describe non-austistic people. This film follows Violet, Nicholas, and Paula, all people with autism in different stages of their lives. The film urges audiences to rethink what it means to be "normal."
This film explores the debate in the autistic community: whether autistic needs a cure. Therapists, parents, doctors, and autistic people all give their experience and help to show the various answers to the question of whether or not autism is a disease or just a different way of life.
Follow Tracy Thresher, 42, and Larry Bissonnette, 52, who both have autism. In the film, they travel the world seeking to meet up with others who have autism and discuss public opinions and opportunities for the future.
Dustin Hoffman plays probably the most well-known autistic character in popular culture. A young man doesn't get the inheritance he was planning on, so he kidnaps his autistic brother and they go on a trip of a lifetime.