A great look into a truly interesting person's life.
over 5 years
Not the vegans/or vegos, but a very interesting story, delightfully told.
over 6 years
Good true story . Would recommend
over 7 years
A surprise and little gem. Well worth a watch. Insight into autism and the beef industry.
Temple Grandin is a 2010 biopic directed by Mick Jackson and starring Claire Danes as Temple Grandin, a woman with autism who revolutionized practices for the humane handling of livestock on cattle ranches and slaughterhouses.
The biography film starts off with Temple visiting her aunt for the summer and working on her ranch. Temple had always been fascinated by animals because they "thought like her" and she seems very interested in a device that hugs the cows to "gentle them". One day, while having a panic attack, Temple places herself in the device and it immediately calms her down.
When Temple first attended college, she was very nervous when she moved into her college dorm. Temple had another panic attack in her room, but her mother gave her space by closing the door. Immediately after, her mother had a flashback to when Temple was little and had relentless tantrums. Before that, Temple was diagnosed with classic autism, a severe case of autism in which she seemed aloof, lacked...