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Just a Little Heart Attack (2011)

It's a short film directed by Elizabeth Banks to make women aware of the atypical symptoms of a heart attack on women versus men. Women will blame these atypical symptoms to gas, reflux, ... See full summary »

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Elizabeth Banks

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Kate Kondell
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Elizabeth Banks ... Woman
Colin Egglesfield ... Husband
Jacob Hopkins ... Boy
Abigail Zoe Lewis ... Daughter
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It's a short film directed by Elizabeth Banks to make women aware of the atypical symptoms of a heart attack on women versus men. Women will blame these atypical symptoms to gas, reflux, jaw pain or others, before ever considering that they are at risk for a heart attack as much as men are. It's short, cute and very, very funny. It's also educational and very important for all of us to learn. A must see!

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6 September 2011 (USA) See more »

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Great public service announcement about women and heart disease
21 March 2018 | by bettycjungSee all my reviews

3/21/18. I show this all the time when I talk to my wellness classes about women and heart disease. It gets the message across that women always put everything and everyone else before their own health, and sometimes to their own detriment. Great public service announcement to raise awareness about women and heart disease.


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