U.S. Documentary; 102 minutes.
Perhaps the most beautiful romance at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival plays out in "Dina," a documentary as warm-hearted and as open as its title character.
Dina Buno is a 48-year-old woman in suburban Philadelphia, who happily talks to anybody — her dentist, her friends, strangers she meets on the bus — about her life. She's busy preparing for her upcoming wedding to Scott Levin, who works as a door greeter at Walmart.
When the two are together, though, it seems at first blush that Scott isn't as into Dina as she is into him. But for those who know the signs, it's immediately clear what's going on: Dina and Scott are both on the autism spectrum.