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Description: HIV has been a chronic illness since the 1990s; it is no longer lethal. Still, the social stigma and the taboo the affliction is under persist. This is also experienced by two girls in Amsterdam and Groningen. They are actually brave enough to tell they are HIV positive, despite all unshakable prejudices vs girls with HIV. This moving documentary shows what it is like to live with the dreaded illness in present-day society.
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Description: After the collapse of their glamorous romance, a popular director and actress are kidnapped by movie-obsessed dictator Kim Jong-il. Forced to create movies in the world's weirdest state, they receive a second possibility at love, but only one possibility at escape.
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Description: Renowned filmmakers D A Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus follow determined animal rights activist Steven Wise into the courtroom for an unprecedented war that seeks to utilize the writ of habeas corpus to expand legal “personhood” to contain certain animals. Wise’s unusual plaintiffs—chimpanzees Tommy and Kiko, once famed showbiz stars—are actually living in filth, struggling to survive. Wise and his impassioned legal squad take us into the field, revealing gripping evidence of such abuse and plunging us into the intricacies of their situation as they probe preconceived notions of what it means to be a non-human animal.
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I enjoyed this documentary. At the very least this film raises a lot of nice questions. Some will come at me with the argument that this movie is one sided. It is not raising the question of if Ritalin, antidepressants and another prescription drugs support people? I'm sure it is very simple to search a success story. It does however, raise such questions as are they handed out too readily? Do folks too easy agree them as a "cure" due to blind believe and faith in their doctor? At what age is it moral to consider medicating a child's mind? Is the drive for a better happier population, or higher profit margins? You do have to ask yourself, (I did at 14-15 years old) could drugs be marketed through commercials. If your "ailments" are not enough to bring you in to see your doctor on your own accord, could pharmaceutical company's be trying to lure you in for a cure. If you ask 100 people, "do you sometimes suffer from this list of symptoms?" If 80% of the folks can tell yes to 80% of the symptoms, do we have an epidemic, or too loose of an concept of what classifies as a symptom.The number of folks on prescription meds in the globe right actually is astounding. How did we ever receive by for the thousands of years of human history without these drugs when we are actually finding as many as one in three school children needing to be medicated. Is it depression or boredom? is it Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or an active child's mind not being challenged and engaged? Long term side-effects? Increased tendencies towards suicide? The answers to these questions are yours to decide, but could they not at least be asked? Some of us are not as discerning as others, are quicker to believe the judgement of others, especially those in a respected position like doctor. I trust everyone could see this movie simply because it will bring these questions to mind. Regardless of whether you are naturally skeptical or easy persuaded it will support you form an educated informed opinion on a topics everyone could be aware of. greatest documentary I've seen in some time, it brought up points I was aware of and steered me to some points of view I hadn't seen. It saddened and disturbed me at times. There are true life stories, there everytime seems to be a tear or two in reality.Mostly it made me think. I was prescribed at a very young age, Prozac, Paxil, and a several others. Even with first hand experience I feel more informed and have learned a tiny more. Worth each minute!
Here we go again, other documentary showing the unbelievable globe we live in, run by a group of very very strong and rich group/ethnic bunch of people. Sure this documentary says the storyline of the high risk of prescribed drugs, but what folks need to know is whom these companies are run by. Test Google, do your research, another wise they will never be held accountable for all the pain and misery they spread amongst us. To counter their evil we need to receive to the root of the evil first.I myself was diagnosed with Bi-polar a several years ago, and went on a roller coaster ride filled with prescription drugs, that led to my personal globe collapsing. But after looking for why I was feeling ill (mentally and physical) I worked out that Aspartame (Google it)was the culprit, Aspartame the not so nice for you drug that we all know as what makes our drinks taste sweet and will not create us fat! Wrong it is one of the major causes of the enormous increase of mental disease in the 20th century.After removing Aspartame fully from my diet, and not taking med's for my so named metal illness, my mental and physical health started to improve, sure it was difficult to do at first, but as time went along the improvement in mental state and physical well being has been nothing less then a 100% turn around, so I hope for any one that watches this documentary, and reads my story, Google Aspartame, it was the main reason for my so named Bi-polar, the drugs that were prescribed by my doctor were adding to the so named chemical in-balance, how wrong they were, it just made it worse.Look at what we consume as so named food! What has been added to it to add flavor, to insure it will last longer and so on, that's where the trouble is regarding mental disease for most people, we all know smoking is terrible for you, it's terrible due to the amount of chemicals you inhale, sure the smoke it self is bad, but chemicals is what's killing a lot of folks and making them very ill, Aspartame is one of them that is used in lots and lots of products, so begin there.Healthy food, healthy mind!
As a psychology student I found parts of this film difficult to swallow (no pun intended). That being told I thoroughly enjoyed this documentary.I found that many of the "experts" speaking out vs psychopharmacological drugs seemed to take the stance that disorders such as ADHD and depression do not exist. Only one expert stated that he believes this disorders exist but that they are over diagnosed and over medicated for these disorders (and his mission was downplayed in the movie). I think this mission could have been emphasized more in the film as it is a more realistic perspective.That being said, I was blown away by the infiltration of the DSM and FDA by pharmaceutical companies. The sheer number of folks who seem to be profiting from the sales of these drugs is astounding.Overall this film was perfect it brought up many nice points and highlighted many problems that could be at the forefront of ones mind when deciding whether to take prescription medication. I want they would have included some notification on non drug therapies that have been proved effective for disorders such as ADHD and depression.
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