How my son made sense of world by watching Disney movies
Clip: 01/18/2018 | 3m 34s
When Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ron Suskind and his wife found out their son had autism, they were crushed by the fear that they couldn’t communicate. But they began to realize that he was learning to tell stories through Disney movies. The realization made Suskind ask, who decides what makes life truly meaningful? Suskind offers his Brief but Spectacular take on finding everyone's story.
Aired: 01/18/18Video has closed captioning.
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