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No Kidding, Me Too! (2009)

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Joe Pantoliano (The Sopranos, Memento, The Matrix) makes his documentary directorial debut with NO KIDDING! ME 2!! as part of his fight against the stigma and shame of mental/brain "... See full summary »

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Joe Pantoliano (The Sopranos, Memento, The Matrix) makes his documentary directorial debut with NO KIDDING! ME 2!! as part of his fight against the stigma and shame of mental/brain "dis-ease" (or disease). This empowering film sheds light on what nearly 100 million Americans suffer in isolation. Through candid, often humorous discussions with Pantoliano and his family on their struggle with his own clinical depression, as well as the compelling stories of six other people from all walks of life, all affected differently by mental illness, including a brain surgeon with bipolar disorder and three high school students managing bipolar disorder and clinical depression. Each frankly discusses the struggle before they were diagnosed, including attempts at self-medication and other destructive behavior, as well as the hope and encouragement they discover when managing their own recovery and realizing they are not alone. The result is an inspiring vision of a society that "stomps the stigma,... Written by Anonymous

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No Kidding, Me Too
23 January 2012 | by (Iowa) – See all my reviews

My Nursing in Mental Health class watched this today. As I looked around the room, I was amazed at how many heads were nodding (mine included).

What a wonderful movie. It sheds light on what nearly 100 million Americans suffer in isolation and explores the stigma associated with brain disease. It manages to be wildly entertaining (and funny), informative, deeply moving and very powerful. I was surprised to learn about how veterans are affected by brain disease. I highly recommend this film, I think it would benefit everyone to watch it.

Joe Pantoliano is a true champion for those with Brain Disease.


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