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(174) 7.5 93 min 2018

Suicide the Ripple Effect is a movie starring Kevin Hines, Marcus Butler, and Christy Frecceri. Survivor and mental wellness advocate Kevin Hines explores the lasting effects of suicide focusing on breaking stigma, advocacy, and...

Pat Hines, Christy Frecceri, Marcus Butler, Kevin Hines
Kevin Hines, Greg Dicharry

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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 Documentary
Director Kevin Hines, Greg Dicharry
Writer Kevin Hines, Greg Dicharry, Ryan Moser
Stars Pat Hines, Christy Frecceri, Marcus Butler, Kevin Hines
Country USA
Runtime 1H 33M
Description Suicide The Ripple Effect takes you on a journey with Kevin Hines who survived jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge in an attempt to take his life. Since then Kevin has been on a mission to use his story to help others find hope and stay alive. The film features some of the world's leading suicide prevention experts and shines light on people who are using personal experiences with suicide to help others find the hope they need to stay alive.

Top reviews

Sunday, 19 Jul 2020 10:45

Greetings again from the darkness. Suicide the Ripple Effect is an important documentary that explores the potential of behavioral change within the human mind. The presentation of the film is compelling and is especially powerful when discussing the effects of such a policy change. This documentary utilizes the voice of a psychologist, Dr. Dacher Keltner, who works with the psychiatric community, specifically with suicide prevention, and his own personal experiences with the impact of the suicide prevention movement in his own lifetime. He also interviews the founder and President of the National Coalition to End Suicide, Dr. Sarah Wheatley, who also works with suicide prevention and is a mental health professional. Although the film is mainly concerned with suicide prevention, it also addresses issues such as suicide-related violence, domestic violence, family violence, racial discrimination and stigma, and addiction. Dr. Keltner is truly one of the most insightful and insightful interview subjects I have ever come across. In terms of suicide prevention, the film covers all aspects, including demographics, issues, and more. Dr. Keltner's personal experience, as a man with two young daughters, his own personal struggles with his wife, and his own career growth was incredibly interesting. The combination of suicide prevention, the importance of the importance of family values, and the impact of family violence on a family's life was incredibly insightful. Additionally, the subjects of suicide prevention and the impact of violence on the victim were discussed in detail. Also, the film examines the impact of stigma, and the consequences of being in the shadow of the stigma. The director of the documentary, Holly Johnson, is a graduate of Cornell University and an experienced journalist who has covered the impact of violence on families in her own personal life. The documentary is very powerful and deserves all the recognition it is receiving. Highly recommended!
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 15:43

The first review I've written for this film I was unable to give this film a 9. After reading the reviews of previous viewers, I decided to give it a 9 because I couldn't believe the amount of people who didn't like this film. I love documentaries, but even more so when they're real life stories about people who have been affected by suicide. The film was about a man named John, who committed suicide, not with a gun, but with a pair of scissors in the back seat of a car. He also killed himself with a needle. When I was watching the documentary, I couldn't stop thinking about the stories of people like this. The film is about his wife, Sally, and their daughter, Jennifer. They are both very close to each other, but Jennifer and John have known each other for about 5 years, and they are the main characters in the documentary. Jennifer was a counselor at the local mental health facility. John was a substitute teacher at the school where Jennifer teaches. She has been a substitute teacher for at least a year, and it is obvious that she cares about the students. In the beginning of the film, John and Jennifer make an appointment to see a psychiatrist to discuss suicide, but Jennifer doesn't want to see a psychiatrist. Her husband insisted that she see one. They discussed the pros and cons of seeing a psychiatrist, and Jennifer reluctantly agreed. However, John wouldn't agree to go. Jennifer was the one who wanted to go, and he was so upset that he was not going. After the appointment, John is crying inconsolably. He told his wife that he doesn't want to go, and when they discussed suicide, he said that it was better if he did not go, because they had been in love for about 10 years. Jennifer and John had planned on buying a new home, and he wanted to pay it off before he went. He wanted to put all of his savings into the house, and they had already taken out a loan from a financial institution to pay off the mortgage. As they got out of the car, they both said that they would never do that. He wanted to buy a car, and she wanted to get a new house. They both agreed to wait until they were in their late 30's. This was the main reason that he didn't want to go. John got a job and they moved to a new house, but in the last 5 years he had been working as a substitute teacher at a school in the city, and they had never met in person. They had a daughter, who had been in the same school, but she had not seen John since she was a child. John wanted to get a divorce, and he and Jennifer did not want to live with a man. But, since he had worked, they did not have to pay child support or joint medical costs. They were not able to have a child because of John's job, so he had to go on disability. Jennifer had moved out of their home, and she was now living with a group of friends. John didn't want to go, and he was angry at himself for not wanting to go. He said that he did not want to go because he was hurt, and he wanted to do the right thing, but Jennifer said that she wanted to do what he wanted to do, and she wanted to move in with him and the other friends. She said that she did not want to be with a man, because he did not deserve to be with her. John was angry and depressed, and he could not handle the idea of being in a relationship, and he said that he wanted to do the right thing, but he could not cope with it

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