As soon as Muzamil is born in a village in Sudan, a saint in the village predicts, “This child will die of twenty.” Unable to accept the curse, under the overprotection of his single mother, Muzamil turns 19 years old. It shows the outstanding Mise-en-Scène.
Bedlam is the first major documentary to explore the crisis in care of severely mentally-ill citizens. Set in Los Angeles, the film tracks wrenching individual stories of mentally-ill patients caught on an endless merry-go-round of ineffective care, exposing the anatomy of a broken healthcare mill. What was once a system built around long-term asylum care has essentially become a crude horror show for thousands who are detained, medicated, and tossed onto the streets with no means of recovery. There, petty crime and drug addiction land many in prison, where they are detained and medicated again, creating a tragic loop. As one psychiatrist points out, this government-sanctioned loop is the actual definition of insanity. Add to that the fact that few psychiatrists are even willing to treat those most severely afflicted, and you’ve got an all-out crisis that’s also a major source of homelessness and incarceration. With a mixture of pained intimacy and sweeping historical context, Bedlam shows how deep-seated shame, stigma, and decades-long political negligence have led to the single largest social catastrophe of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. 《精神病医院》是首部探讨严重精神病患者护理危机的大型纪录片。这部电影以洛杉矶为背景，讲述了精神病患者被无休止的无效护理的旋转木马缠住的痛苦故事，揭露了一个破碎的医疗工厂的解剖结构。 曾经建立在长期庇护护理基础上的系统，对于被拘留、服药、被扔到街上无法康复的数千人来说，已经基本上变成了一个粗暴的恐怖秀。在那里，轻微犯罪和吸毒成瘾使许多人落入监狱，在那里他们再次被关押和服药，造成了一个悲惨的循环。正如一位精神病学家指出的，这个政府认可的循环是精神错乱的真正定义。除此之外，几乎没有精神病医生愿意治疗那些受折磨最严重的人，而且你有一场全面的危机，这也是无家可归和监禁的主要原因。
All About Who You Know
Cole, an aspiring twentysomething screenwriter, decides to write his most ambitious script to date by plotting out a whimsical, atmospheric, rom-com relationship with the daughter of his screenwriting idol, all in hopes of meeting her legendary father and getting a leg up in showbiz.