Mary et Max d’Adam Elliot – la bande annonce

The Autism News | French Par Cedric | Eparsa | Quotidien 2.0 Mary and Max est une histoire d’amitié entre deux personnages que tout oppose : Mary Dinkle, une petite fille de huit ans joufflue et solitaire habitant la banlieue de Melbourne en Australie, et Max Horovitz, juif obèse de 44 ans vivant à New York, souffrant de la maladie d’Asperger (forme d’autisme). Ces deux êtres solitaires vont s’allier d’amitié via une correspondance sur plus de vingt ans, malgré les milliers de kilomètres qui les séparent. Un film d’Adam Elliot avec les voix de Toni Collette, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Eric Bana – sortie le 30 septembre Source:

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