haha that's the part you think I connected with?
I connected with the character being bullied when younger for his differences, and in that, having not been socialized through his developing years, which led to deficiencies in interpersonal communication, such as the inability to interpret sarcasm and suggestion or properly phrase himself when responding to others, resulting in less than favorable impressions that painted him brash and arrogant in his blunt manner; he was a greatly misunderstood individual that ignited hostility, yet oblivious to this.
Based solely on his representation in this movie, Turing was autistic. He was also very obsessive, which I find greatly identifiable, with a strong attachment to objects, plus he had an unquenchable desire to dissect, understand and create.
From what was depicted of his childhood, particularly his solitude, intense focus, and puzzle fixation, to the innocent and eternal love formed for his savior and confidant, a love that painted the trajectory of his sexual identity and misery, we figuratively had a mirrored life.
However, I personally do not have any significant accomplishments under my belt, though I resemble the state he was in at the end of the film. Looks like I missed the bus.
Overall, the movie made me want to know him, my brother, my clansman, but it's a Hollywood drama; the reality surely wasn't as glossy or epic.