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    A Brilliant Young Mind

    In a world difficult to comprehend, Nathan struggles to connect with those around him - most of all his loving mother - but finds comfort in numbers. When Nathan is taken under the wing of unconventional and anarchic teacher, Mr. Humphreys, the pair forge an unusual friendship and Nathan's talents win him a place on the UK team at the International Mathematics Olympiad. From suburban England to bustling Taipei and back again, Nathan builds complex relationships as he is confronted by the irrational nature of love.
    Duration: 90 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2015
    IMDb: 7.1
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  • Actors of "A Brilliant Young Mind"

  • Characters of "A Brilliant Young Mind"

    Nathan. Character of A Brilliant Young Mind
    Julie. Character of A Brilliant Young Mind
    Played by: Sally Hawkins
  • Directors of "A Brilliant Young Mind"

    Morgan Matthews. Director of A Brilliant Young Mind
    Morgan Matthews
  • Creators of "A Brilliant Young Mind"

    James Graham. Director of A Brilliant Young Mind
    James Graham
    Birthdate: 8 August 1982, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England, UK
  • Critic Reviews of "A Brilliant Young Mind"

    Minneapolis Star Tribune
    October 01, 2015

    It is a fully realized love story of rare spirit, the sort of deeply affecting film that can make you laugh until you are near tears, then drive you close to bawling.

    Boston Globe
    September 24, 2015

    Parents and teachers of all the Nathans out there may be inclined to give "A Brilliant Young Mind" the full four stars; for the rest of us, it's small, smart, and satisfying.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    September 24, 2015

    Long after you've seen the film, you'll remember the wonderfully nuanced work of the cast, particularly Ms. Hawkins.

    Chicago Reader
    September 24, 2015

    A strong cast elevates this sweet British drama.

    Washington Post
    September 17, 2015

    "A Brilliant Young Mind" is less stuffy than the usual cinematic ode to British smarts and schooling. But that still can't save this tale of eccentric genius from being profoundly conventional.

    Christian Science Monitor
    September 11, 2015

    Hawkins gives a performance of remarkable grace and sensitivity.

    Chesapeake Family Magazine
    August 02, 2016

    The touching A Brilliant Young Mind, about a teen boy with autism, features strong performances that make it more memorable than you would initially expect.

    Rip It Up
    June 08, 2016

    It's pleasingly moving.

    New Zealand Herald
    April 27, 2016

    A loss of focus turns this small English feature from an excellent film into a routine and mediocre one about half-way through, but its opening reels have touches of understated genius about them and it is full of undeniably moving moments.

    The Film Stage
    March 12, 2016

    A confidently directed version of an underdog story that we've seen before.

    The Canberra Times (Australia)
    December 14, 2015

    Matthews' direction is perfect. Yes, he manipulates you throughout, but nothing is milked, there is great subtlety, and his settings in Taiwan and at Cambridge are deftly shot by Les Miserables and The King's Speech cinematographer Danny Cohen.

    The Big Issue
    December 12, 2015

    Given [that the film] is concerned with the rigid certainties of algebraic formulation, its winning formula -- mixing charm, low-key humour, on-screen chemistry and emotional delicacy -- is altogether more ineffable.

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