School is hard enough when you don’t have an obvious physical signifier of your difference. For Auggie Pullman (Room’s Jacob Tremblay), who was born with facial differences that other children (and adults who should know better) find off-putting, going to a mainstream school is a potential nightmare. After spending most of his childhood in and out of hospitals, Auggie is now well enough to attend a regular school, which raises mixed emotions for his parents (Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson). As his family, new classmates and the wider community struggle with their own sense of compassion and acceptance, it’s Auggie who will prove that you can’t blend in when you were born to stand out.
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