It's a potential franchise for the perpetually disenfranchised. It's Rain Man on steroids. It's not so good will hunting. It's a connection for all of us who thought we could never connect to someone of different ability, often referred to as being in an autism spectrum.
O'Connor has not done nearly as much as a director of his caliber since his incredible last effort, Warrior, mentioned earlier. If nothing else, Jane Got A Gun shows that he can take other people's material and make something that we can feel. It's a good, memorable western that allows us to know we come from a stark reality. It is a film that college students of today should watch before they make another demand for safe space. People can survive a lot tougher battles than words.