If you want to watch the movie, it streams on Netflix. There are also some great reviews on the Netflix website--one being from the sister of the filmmaker and autistic brother.
I've discovered that it also streams on Amazon. One reviewer wrote: "Simply Amazing Documentary of a family dealing with generations of mental illness issues. This is a must see for any professional- teacher, therapist, clinician- working with individuals and families affected by this disease. Tom Murray pulls off a miracle by exposing the dynamics that overcame such debilitating prospects for his younger brother, Chris, through the honest and open perspective of his Mom, his siblings, and himself. Extremely enjoyable- watch this just to see who the greatest artist in the world really is! Janice Murray deserves an Oscar for the greatest Mom of all time."
One person (Patricia Robinson) blogged about Chris Murray's work: I recently purchased Murray’s poster “Red Brick” for my office. While every artist is different, I think this work really highlights some of the strengths of autism. While the work is a cohesive whole, the details are more compelling than is often the case in more neurotypical work. Murray painstakingly represents each window, brick and taxicab. But the details don’t overwhelm, because the rhythm of the piece is so apparent.
You need to watch the movie---either Netflix or Amazon work, or purchase the DVD! Very inspiring and thought provoking on multiple levels,