Learning to Drive
Roderick E. Stevens II
United States, 2016, 27 min.
This film is family friendly.
Inspired by the true story, a feisty young man with Down syndrome is determined to convince his scatter-brained brother to teach him how to drive.
Roderick E. Stevens II is an award winning fine artist, writer, filmmaker, and baker of the finest chocolate chip cookies west of the Mississippi. He resides on 16 acres in the middle-of-nowhere, in southeastern Arizona, in a home he and his family designed and built.
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