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Spotlight: Discover the Documentary “Aspie Seeks Love” at Florida Film Festival


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The 24th annual Florida Film Festival starts Friday and runs through April 19th. It will showcase the latest independent and international cinema over a 10-day period here in Central Florida. One of this year’s documentaries is “Aspie Seeks Love.”

It’s the story of David Matthews of Pittsburgh, a funny, intelligent guy and his awkward journey to find love. Matthews wasn’t diagnosed with Asperger’s until he was 41 years old.


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