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Desc:a look at mentally ill and disabled kids from 1983
Category:Educational, Horror
Tags:autism, documentary, 1980s, Teenagers, mental illness
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baleen - 2014-11-11
I've read about this. I'll give it a watch when I'm feeling suicidal.
yogarfield - 2014-11-12
I'll watch it when I'm not.

I'm expecting Titicut Follies, but this time when you stare at the Abyss, the Abyss is wearing a Giants helmet for whatever fucking reason.

baleen - 2014-11-12
T Follies was so thoroughly, awfully depressing. It was a car accident that you can't stop looking at.

apiaryist - 2014-11-11
I found an old journal tonight. It talks about my best friend having a psychotic break. Yeah...it's been 20 years...still too soon.
James Woods - 2014-11-12
I'd like a drink, and I'd like it immediately.
violenza - 2014-11-12
just hook it to my veins.

That guy - 2014-11-12
Well I won't be watching this.

Not until the next time I want to feel sad and horrified and sad.
RedHood - 2014-11-12
26:25 looks kinda like the grouphome from Friday The 13th 5.
EvilHomer - 2014-11-12
Oh come on, it's not that bad.

The most shocking thing about this, at least from what I've seen so far, is the ridiculously pejorative title! I know it was only the 1980s, but for fuck's sake, ease up on the lurid shots and the tense music cues. You'd think these gawking asshole filmmakers had never seen a teenage girl with scratched wrists before.
EvilHomer - 2014-11-12
It's kind of fucked up that they even let the cameras in there, especially with people like Bryan. He doesn't seem to have any awareness at all about what's going on; does anyone know if there were consent/ confidentiality issues raised around the filming of this documentary? Were consent and confidentiality even things that mental health providers cared about in the 1980s?

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