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Claire Danes stars in this award-winning biopic of inspirational American academic Temple Grandin.
Diagnosed with autism at the age of four, Temple's condition hampers human interaction, but gives her a remarkable affinity with animals, and a uniquely incredible mind.
Temple's mother Eustacia (Julia Ormond) is driven to her wits' end by the students who bully her daughter and the schools that expel her, but a saviour comes in the form of Dr Carlock (David Strathairn), an encouraging professor who sees how Temple's autism provides a significant advantage in scientific thinking. His support leads to her being admitted to college against the odds, though leaving home is fraught with problems. Unable to bear being touched by other people, Temple soothes her anxiety by constructing a wooden 'hugging machine', inspired by a device used to calm cattle at her Aunt Ann's (Catherine O'Hara) ranch. With this in mind, she devises the revolutionary humane method of slaughtering cattle that would bring her to prominence.