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(184) 6.5 101 min 2018

That Way Madness Lies... is a movie starring Sandra Luckow, Duanne Luckow, and Scott Griffith. One woman and her family trek the broken mental health system in an effort to save her brother as he descends into madness. Beginning as...

Scott Griffith, Steve Knepper, Sandra Luckow, Duanne Luckow
Drama, Documentary
Sandra Luckow

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Documentary
Director Sandra Luckow
Writer Anne Alvergue, Sandra Luckow
Stars Scott Griffith, Steve Knepper, Sandra Luckow, Duanne Luckow
Country USA
Runtime 1H 41M
Description Duanne Luckow, 46, began a scary, dangerous and ever-escalating cycle of arrests, incarcerations and mental institutional stays. Three months into his first court-ordered 180-day commitment at Oregon State Hospital, Sandra Luckow, his sister and filmmaker, visited him. He gave her his iPhone with 250 video clips. He wanted his experience documented. With their cameras, they expose an ineffectual and inhuman system as well as delve deep into the strength of family ties. Yale School of Medicine and the Global Initiative on Mental Health at Columbia University say the iPhone footage Duanne shot as he descended into madness offers a rare, unprecedented, unfiltered look at the mind of man with untreated schizophrenia This is a specific harrowing story about a singular family trying to find its way through society's imperfections, stigmas and prejudice when dealing with mental illness. It is a search for answers - a free-fall into a quagmire of conflicting interests, policies, and despair.

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Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 22:10

The main character of this film, a middle aged African American woman named Brenda Vain, had her life turned upside down when she was found in a hotel room. She was in a coma for about five days and spent two months in the hospital. Brenda was able to communicate with her husband, and they made a decision to keep Brenda in their home and to raise her as their own. Brenda's husband, Maurice Vain, had a job as a security guard in the area, but Brenda refused to let him have a job. He wanted to get out of the area, but Brenda insisted that he stay. She lived in a small apartment in a very bad part of town and had a terrible place to live. She was not able to get out of the hospital for about three months and did not speak to anyone about her situation. This documentary explores Brenda's life and her battle to regain her freedom. Her husband, Maurice Vain, who is a lawyer, decided to take on the case of her case. He filed papers in the court and was successful in getting a decision in her favor. The film shows her journey from her hospital bed to her home, her battle to regain her freedom, and her fight to become a person again. The documentary was very touching. It was not a happy film, but it was very emotional and very inspiring. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to see a film that shows the struggle of a woman who is in a coma. I think that this film will make people want to fight for their rights and will make them want to be a part of the fight. I think this film will inspire people to fight for their rights. I am very impressed with the way this film was made. It was very professional and very well done. I think that this film was very well done.

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