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Keep the Change

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A New York City romantic comedy, Keep the Change is the unlikely love story of two people who meet in a support group.
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March 22, 2018

Romantic complications roll between this pair of self-described "weirdos"...with setbacks and misunderstandings, frank outbursts and blunt remarks, but there's a sweetness, even tenderness even at outré moments. Together, they comprise a new "normal."
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April 05, 2018

Keep the Change exposes its audience to people with autism, in a day to day way that most films have not. I applaud the cast and crew for what they've done. The multitude of characters represented had vibrancy, life and depth.
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Chicago Reader
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March 29, 2018

Keep the Change may be a breakthrough in its focus on real people with intellectual disabilities, but it's especially commendable for providing positive examples of how the nondisabled can create inclusive environments for all.
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SF Weekly
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March 22, 2018

We rarely get to see people like this onscreen, and Israel's affection for her cast never feels exploitative.
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Washington Post
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March 21, 2018

What distinguishes it are Israel's empathetic characterizations - she's known Polansky for 15 years - and the winning performances, not only by the leads but also by the supporting players.
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Jerusalem Post
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May 10, 2018

Keep the Change is brilliantly written, acted and directed, a triumph in so many ways. It is so suspenseful and entertaining that I sincerely believe I would have loved it even if I had no personal connection to autism.
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Los Angeles Times
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April 19, 2018

"Keep the Change" isn't a film for cynics, but romantics will find plenty to warm their hearts here.
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San Francisco Examiner
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March 23, 2018

[Director Rachel Israel] nicely avoids rom-com contrivances - even the fish-out-of-water dynamics have a natural quality - and the actors give credible performances.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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March 19, 2018

[It] accomplishes a much more difficult task: When the movie starts, its main characters seem outside the norm, unusual, "wierdos," in the description of David himself. By its end, you see nothing at all of that; they're just people.
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Mark Reviews Movies
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March 22, 2018

Here are legitimate characters -- who are in ways richer than the sort we often see in such fare -- with hopes and flaws, and they simply happen to be on the autism spectrum.
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Arizona Republic
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April 05, 2018

This gently humorous, fiercely honest indie film is a step forward in the quest for a move inclusive Hollywood, which seems to one of the themes of the cultural moment.
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New York Times
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March 15, 2018

"Keep the Change" is not a seamlessly crafted movie, but it's awfully tenderhearted and thoroughly disarming. It deserves to be widely seen.
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