While he does use these lists to give the occasional (and well-deserved) prop to a colleague — Jean-Pierre Melville's Deux Hommes dans Manhattan , Alain Resnais' Hiroshima, mon amour , Truffaut's Les Quatres cent coups , Claude Chabrol's Les Cousins , and Agnes Varda's Du cote de la Cote come in for honors in 1959 alone — he also pays his respects to the stolid virtues of American filmmaking, especially of the sensational variety: Orson Welles' Mr. Arkadin (#1, 1956), Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (#8, 1960), Samuel Fuller's Schock Corridor (#5, 1965.) He even put together a list of the Ten Best American Sound Films , which runs as follows:
Marshall University in West Virginia has a specific program for students with Asperger’s. Are you familiar with ? It is an online resource. Jed Baker, . has written several books as well about the subject. Jessica Kingsley publishing has a book entitled, “Succeeding in College with Asperger’s Syndrome” that is a good resource. I recommend a college program that has a director in their Office of Disability Services. Princeton Review’s, “The K&W Guide to Colleges for Students with LD/ADHD” can help you find structured programs. When you call, ask them about the child’s specific needs. I have been a HS Intervention Specialist for 31 years and have had students with Asperger’s make successful transitons. Good Luck!