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It's a typical Saturday for the family, one which revolves around trying to get Rosie, a nine-year-old girl with a learning disability, to do simple things - go to the park for some fresh air, eat her dinner, go to bed. She refuses to cooperate and leaves a trail of destruction in her wake, ramping up her father Simon's stress, who in his short-sighted attempts to get her to go to sleep too early only makes things worse. As Simon and his wife Emily are later distracted, Rosie causes carnage in the kitchen. An earlier timeline shows how Simon and Emily first confront the inescapable truth that something is wrong with their baby daughter.
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