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  • Summary: Proving everyone is equal in their need for -- and ability to feel -- love, Daniel, a thirty-something office worker with Down's syndrome, embarks on a romance with Laura, a neurotic but "normal" co-worker. Despite their apparent differences, Laura is attracted to Daniel, who is the firstProving everyone is equal in their need for -- and ability to feel -- love, Daniel, a thirty-something office worker with Down's syndrome, embarks on a romance with Laura, a neurotic but "normal" co-worker. Despite their apparent differences, Laura is attracted to Daniel, who is the first European with Down's to graduate from a university. Álvaro Pastor and Antonio Naharro co-directed this touching, thoughtful drama. (Olive Films) Expand
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. Reviewed by: Kevin Thomas
    Nov 27, 2010
    70
    Pastor and Naharro have written a great part for Dueñas and direct her with great care. In fact, her delicately nuanced portrayal is crucial to why this lovely film works so well.
  2. Reviewed by: Ernest Hardy
    Nov 17, 2010
    70
    The film powerfully hits the note of universalism that is its goal; haven't many of us fallen for someone that we, they, and the world deem out of our league?
  3. Reviewed by: Jeannette Catsoulis
    Nov 18, 2010
    70
    Sensitive without being unrealistically utopian (this isn't a fairy tale), Me, Too movingly represents the frustration of the high-functioning yet falling-short individual.
  4. Reviewed by: V.A. Musetto
    Nov 19, 2010
    50
    The clichéd, heavy-handed script lets them down.
  5. Reviewed by: Vadim Rizov
    Nov 20, 2010
    50
    Never finds a satisfactory way of examining its subject aside from soapy melodrama.
  6. Reviewed by: Keith Uhlich
    Nov 17, 2010
    40
    Clearly there's a lot of myth-dispelling to do; indeed, the film often seems like a public-service announcement wrapped around a sketchy narrative skeleton.

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