is first introduced in the movie he falls from a hatch located on the ceiling

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is first introduced in the movie, he falls from a hatch located on the ceiling of one of the rooms, and he indicates that he does not like this room because it is green, unlike the room he fell from, which was blue. This declaration could also be a symptom of his disorder, as noting the color of each room may be a specific interest of Kazan’s that other individuals would not find
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particularly interesting or worth noting. It could also be characterized as intense visual inspection, which is another common behavior in individuals with ASD. While moving between rooms, the characters discover that there is a series of different numbers located on the hatchways between each room. One of the characters reveals that she excels in mathematics and theorizes that when one of the numbers between each crawlspace is prime, then the next room is not safe to enter. However, when her theory fails and one of the rooms determined safe is found to be booby-trapped, the group must find another method to “crack the code”. The mathematician later realizes that the rooms marked with traps are not simply denoted by prime numbers, but instead the larger group of prime factors. The team is left with the difficult task of performing prime calculations of three-digit numbers for every room they enter, which is all but impossible without pencil and paper. These large calculations
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