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Charlie Babbitt has a big problem. He's got an expensive lifestyle and a constant need for cash - but his rich father has left him next to nothing in his will. Instead, the money has gone to Raymond, Charlie's long-lost autistic brother. So Charlie kidnaps Raymond with a view to wheedling the inheritance from him - but soon finds it harder than he expected to deal with his brother's strange habits and constant repetitive announcements, mixed up with moments of apparent genius. This is a slick, entertaining road movie that also makes a sincere attempt to portray autism as it really is.
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