Thomas chases after his autistic brother Charlie when the boy runs out of the family home in his underwear, around the neighbourhood, and into schoolmate Jackie's bathroom while she's in the shower. (Coarse language.)
Thomas and his mother, Maggie, clean up after Charlie when he is found playing with his faeces in his bedroom. Maggie frustratedly explains to Thomas they'll always have to look after his autistic brother after Thomas angrily rejects his responsibility. (Coarse language.)
When Thomas is forced to catch the bus with his autistic brother Charlie, Thomas feels awkward and embarrassed around the other students with special needs.
Charlie has a panic attack in the supermarket and his father, Simon, struggles to calm him his autistic son down as other shoppers stare at scuffle.
Thomas and his father, Simon, discuss the challenges and "fairness" of caring for someone with autism, and the importance of taking responsibility for your family.
When Charlie unexpectedly gets off the special needs bus at Thomas' school, Charlie lashes out as Thomas tries to send him away, students taunt the autistic boy, and adults' attempts to control the situation escalates the melee.
When Charlie and his friend Russell have a falling out, Thomas joins his autistic brother on stage to perform The Greatest Act in History together.
Haters gonna hate
You have to stop wishing Charlie was normal
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