All These Flowers (2017)

All These Flowers is a documentary feature film effectively and emotionally defining Bipolar Disorder. This is a labor of love and a commitment to all those who have been labelled with a ... See full summary »

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Kevin Bryce
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Cast

Credited cast:
Lawrence Barnett Lawrence Barnett ... Himself
Alycia Betz Alycia Betz ... Herself
Jeff Betz Jeff Betz ... Himself
Joseph Betz Joseph Betz ... Himself
Cherie Bledsoe Cherie Bledsoe ... Herself
Timothy Foster Timothy Foster ... Himself
Brenette Gardner Brenette Gardner ... Herself
Donavan Gardner Donavan Gardner ... Himself
Paul Leffingwell Paul Leffingwell ... Himself
Bonnie Love Bonnie Love ... Herself
Annah O'Connell Annah O'Connell ... Herself
Mr. Nicole Oaks Mr. Nicole Oaks ... Himself
David Roos David Roos ... Himself
Sue Roos Sue Roos ... Herself
Matt Spransy Matt Spransy ... Himself
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All These Flowers is a documentary feature film effectively and emotionally defining Bipolar Disorder. This is a labor of love and a commitment to all those who have been labelled with a not-so-clearly-defined mental illness. The film is a witness of the life and struggle of those who have been diagnosed with the illness and it is the story of their triumph over the stigma, maltreatment, and the identity associated with it.

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Documentary

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Canada | USA

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English

Release Date:

22 August 2017 (USA) See more »

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Color
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Most sympathetic doc on bipolar disorder
29 November 2019 | by ladylivinSee all my reviews

Beautiful, sympathetic, kind, respectful, great insight, pro-medication, and no sensationalism... Well done. This should be required viewing. You can rent it on YouTube or Prime.


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