Diagnosed as a small child, Marco was raised under the assumption that he had autism. 11 years later, the system finally admits, they made a mistake; Marco doesn’t have autism; he is severely dyslexic. Now, approaching the end of his teens, he’s confronted with a completely new identity box to fit into.
“Blind Words” tells an intimate story without filter about a teenager’s search for his own place in the world. Following his dreams for the future, dealing with his past, we enter an honest mindset of survival in a very young soul. This film sheds light on society’s uneasiness with its outsiders and the human fear of failing.