Stephen Wiltshire is considered a star among savants, the so-called “living camera.”

Autistic, he lives in a world of his own. Communication is difficult for him. He didn’t speak his first words until he was five years old.

But when he was 11, he drew a perfect aerial view of London, even though he only saw it once.

In this film, the living camera is tested in Rome. After only a 45-minute flight, he draws a perfect picture of the city without a second glance.


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