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"I look at it as, in acting, your goal is to tell your story truthfully," he said. "Who better to be truthful, and to tell the story about a person with a disability accurately, than a person with that actual disability? I think it is a big thing now, having an actor with autism tell his own story."
Bonderoff said he consulted with Dworken, and others, to make the story truthful, but he also found his friend's voice early in the process.
"It was exciting for me while writing it, when I would get to a point where I was like, 'I know exactly how Ben would respond to this line,'" he said.
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