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A woman strives to get the best for gifted son in this engaging drama. Young Fred Tate is like any other six-year-old, except for one thing - he's not just smart for his age, he's a genius. But providing stimulation for the super-intelligent Fred is difficult for his working-class mother, Dede, and she seeks help from a child psychologist who runs a summer school for gifted children. The film poses an interesting question about what's best for a child who demonstrates abilities beyond his years - should Fred's talents be nurtured, or should he be allowed to enjoy a normal childhood?
This film has a few uses of mild bad language.
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Gilbert looks after his mother and younger brother, with his job under threat, in this touching drama of young responsibility.
An autistic teenage maths prodigy heads to China to take part in the International Mathematics Olympiad.
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