Asperger's Are Us is a Documentary by Alex Lehmann.
The documentary follows four young men on the autism spectrum who are in a sketch comedy troupe called "Asperger's Are Us". They formed the troupe to entertain other people with Aspie senses of humor (absurdism with no connotations and lots of wordplay).
They've been performing in the group together for many years, in many different places. However, now they're preparing their most ambitious gig yet... because it could be their last before they break up to move onto the next phase of life.
The movie was released on March 12th, 2016.
Asperger's Are Us contains examples of:
- Abbey Road Crossing: The troupe had a few photos of them reminiscent of Abbey Road.
- Four-Man Band: Asperger's Are Us has four members.
- "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue: At the end of the movie, we're shown how each member of the troupe is faring in their own endeavors after breaking up. Then the movie announces that they've gotten back together, and are working on new material.