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Don't Call Me Crazy (2016)

| Short, Drama | 2016 (USA)
A glimpse into the world of mental illness as told by those living it.

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Dr. Marcel Espinosa
Caitlin Singer ...
Caitlin
Scott Martin Thomas ...
Student
Lianna Kissinger Virizlay ...
Student
Greg Rencken ...
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Don't Call Me Crazy is a documentary presenting numerous perspectives on depression, bipolar, and other affective disorders in the United States. From personal stories to the latest medical research and therapy options, learn about the difficult realities of living with affective disorders and how making art can empower those afflicted to express themselves, foster understanding, and join society rather than be alienated from it. We are adding to a community of support networks that bring awareness, understanding, and aid to people with mental illness and their families. Please join 3 And One Half Films as they explore the difficulty, confusion, and extraordinary potential of living life on the affective spectrum. Written by LKV

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It's not about me, it's about us.

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Interesting
28 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

It wasn't good or bad. It's interesting if you like documentaries like myself. I wouldn't recommend sitting around with friends watching this or having a date night. Not that type of series. You're just watching people deal with their own personal issues. Just seems like it adds nothing new to what you've seen done in other documentaries. Once again, being a documentary, there is only so much one can expect. I didn't mind watching it, I won't probably ever watch this again or recommend it to any of my friends. To me, its something you watch by yourself if you have the time. I think they should have interviewed the patitents a little better than they did, I wanted to hear more of their back story and home life. It really just stays focused on them and their treatment.


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