Maybe someone can answer this one: Eighties or early nineties movie: I remember a young kid was...
under observation for being either autistic or messed up or something, but he was really smart in some ways yet socially repressed. There's a scene where the child has painted himself into the scenery around him, chameleon-like, in the observation room where he is alone. I thought this movie was called Jacob's Ladder, but I flicked through that movie, and I don't remember ANY of it, and didn't find the scene I remember so clearly. Can anyone help? Thank you.
by cfregon 7 years ago
I remember a movie when I was younger, I watched it in the early/mid nineties. I'm not sure when...it actually came out though. It's about a man (I think he was deformed somehow, reluctantly at first teaching a girl how to sing. It had an odd one name title I think, and I believe the man dies in...
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