Go is the oldest game still played in its original form. In east Asia, it is hailed as one of mankind's greatest cultural achievements and considered both ancient art and national sport. At... See full summary »
Cole D. Pruitt
In 1984-85, people at Lake Tahoe fell ill with flu symptoms, but they didn't get better. Medical literature documents similar outbreaks: in 1934 at LA county hospital, in 1948-49 in Iceland... See full summary »
Kim A. Snyder
Kim A. Snyder,
This film is an honest, grass roots attempt to unveil a highly unknown disease to the world. Forgotten plague, despite it's inevitable flaws as a low-budget work is undeniably an incredibly beautiful film; all its inner parts (cinematography, soundtrack, patient interview, art design) work seamlessly together to tell a story from an intimate yet global perspective; a story necessary, controversial, and haunting.
I am so happy to have seen this film, and had no idea of the extent of suffering those with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome have experienced silently all around us.
Please watch this film. It is vital to our country and worlds medical and moral future, and the majority of those involved had never been part of making a film prior to Forgotten Plague.
Bravo to all those involved with Forgotten Plague. The world is bettered by your selfless contribution to those fighting with ME/CFS.
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