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That Way Madness Lies...

That Way Madness Lies... is a movie starring Sandra Luckow, Duanne Luckow, and Scott Griffith. One woman and her family trek the broken mental health system in an effort to save her brother as he descends into madness. Beginning as...

Running Time
1 hours 41 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama, Documentary
Director
Sandra Luckow
Writer
Sandra Luckow, Anne Alvergue
Actors
Steve Knepper, Duanne Luckow, Sandra Luckow, Scott Griffith
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

One woman and her family trek the broken mental health system in an effort to save her brother as he descends into madness. Beginning as a testimony of his sanity, his iPhone video diary ultimately becomes an unfiltered look at the mind of a man with untreated schizophrenia.

Comments about drama «That Way Madness Lies...» (16)

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Gloria

Truly the greatest documentary ever made. The way it is shot and the way the story is told is unparalleled. I have seen the film many times and every time I am blown away. This film is the best documentary I have ever seen and it should have been nominated for an Academy Award. This is a must see film for all.

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Roger

A short and concise film that shows the horror of the concentration camp. The film has a strong message about the horrors of the Nazi regime. The movie is very powerful, but not all of it is true. The story is based on the autobiography of a woman named Nadine Thulin. The story is told through flashbacks. The director was able to tell the story with a great pace. He was able to show the horrors of the camp and the people who were there. The director did a great job at showing the horrors of the Nazi regime. It is a great film to show what happened in the concentration camp. This film shows that the Nazi regime was a brutal regime. It is a great film to show what happened in the camp. I highly recommend this film.

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Carol Ellis

I was lucky enough to catch this film at the Seattle International Film Festival. It is a disturbing and disturbing film. It is not that it is wrong. It is that it is not right. It is not so much a story about wrong, as it is a story about how people, and especially those that are in positions of power, will always do what they want, no matter what the consequences. They will never do what is right. We must all remember this, as it is something we should always remember. I recommend it for anyone who is looking for a thought provoking film that will make you think. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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Ralph

This is an amazing film. I've seen it about 3 times now and it never gets old. It shows how a family deals with the loss of a child and how it affects them. The acting is superb and the editing is brilliant. It's very moving and very moving. I also like the story that it tells. The family is dealing with the loss of a child. I don't know if this is a true story but it's the truth. It makes you wonder if the stories you hear about your family and friends are true. It's a very emotional film and I think everyone should see it. I've read other reviews and they say the film is too depressing. It's not. It's not just a film about a child. It's a film about a family dealing with loss and how it affects them. It's a very good film and everyone should see it. It's a very sad film but I think it's a good film because it shows what a family goes through when their child dies. It makes you think about your family and how they handle it.

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Pamela

An amazing story of an amazing man, the real-life "Jack the Ripper", who led a life of horror and intrigue, leaving behind many victims and clues, as well as clues in his murder tools and clothing. Directed by John Hillcoat and written by Mick Jackson, the film is an absolute must-see for anyone who is interested in the "Jack the Ripper" case. The documentary is a brilliant follow-up to the BBC documentary "The Last Ripper". The documentary features interviews with both leading suspects in the case, David Norris and Robert Foxworth, as well as Jack the Ripper's daughter, Marguerite De Bourg and his closest associates, including the late Detective Inspector Arthur Curwen, and the historian and historian William Lang. Also interviewed are Jack the Ripper's friends, including Albert Lang, William Randolph Hearst, William Burleigh, and other famous figures of the time, including the author and journalist H. Rider Haggard. In addition, a fascinating story about the British press and the obsession of Jack the Ripper, the so-called "Jack the Ripper Legend" is told. This is a very well-made documentary. It is very well-made and well-acted, the performances are very good, and it is a very good documentary. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the "Jack the Ripper" case, or any crime film in general.

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Maria W.

This movie is fantastic, it's made by a woman. All of the movie is from the point of view of the woman. It was nice to see that this is a true story. I think that the movie is about love. It's a pity that we have to see this story from a woman's point of view. She is the only one who can relate to this story. I believe that this is the best movie ever made about this subject. It was very nice to see this movie. I believe that everyone should see this movie. I recommend this movie to everyone. It's a must see. It's a shame that there are no more movies like this one. I think that this movie is a true story.

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Carolyn Lynch

A somewhat strange documentary. It is an attempt to get the story of what happened to a family of a person who was supposedly killed by the CIA. It's a very different film than the usual docudrama. There is no background story, no fancy editing, no narration, and no narration. It's just the story of the family. The filmmaker uses a few tricks to get the story across, but mostly it is the family telling their story. There is a lot of self-flagellation. The filmmaker does a good job of showing the family's feelings and anger. This is the film I'd recommend to anyone who wants to understand what really happened to the family.

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Kathryn

What a great documentary. I've never seen anything like it. I was blown away by it. The movie was very well put together, and the cast was amazing. This movie is a must see for anyone who cares about what's happening in our country today. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who doesn't like politics or who is looking for something a little different. This movie is a must see.

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Marie Ortiz

A documentary about a powerful force in the media, and how it shapes the lives of people. I was truly blown away by this movie. It shows a multitude of stories that show how the media, especially television, have affected many lives in the past. The difference is that this film was made in the 1980s, while the media really were much more evil than in the 2000s. It shows how television helped shape the lives of people. They are more like the Dukes of Hazard than the more important film "MASH". I highly recommend this movie.

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Deborah

It is interesting to note that the true story of the woman who took the first public step to assert her rights, and the state's response to her efforts, is largely ignored in the film. The story of the woman is often the focus of the film, as is the reaction to her actions. The film is narrated by her lawyer, and the film ends with her having to flee to Mexico, where she was eventually able to have her story told by her attorney. I was impressed with the film's presentation of the woman's story. It was an important story, and I was glad that the film did not gloss over the story. The film did not go into detail on how she went about going public, or how she found the courage to do so. The film did not include the important element of her attorney, and I would have preferred that the film have included that aspect of the story as well. The film did show that the state's response to the woman's legal actions was far from what the women had expected, and I would have liked to see that more. The film was interesting, and I recommend it.

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Kimberly

Loved this documentary! I am a long time user of alexa.com, but I really wanted to see this documentary because of the awesome reviews it got on the site. I am not a fan of tarot and books, but I am a fan of documentaries, and I'm happy to say that this documentary was a wonderful addition to my collection of documentaries! I have seen a lot of documentaries and books on tarot, and this one came to mind right away. I was also pleased to see that the narrator was someone I had never heard of before. I love documentaries, but I love documentaries more than anything else. I also thought the narrator was great! I loved the fact that he didn't try to be dramatic. He just gave the facts without trying to get emotional. The other thing that made me think was the fact that he never over-used the tarot cards. They were just there to give you a glimpse of what the cards can do, not to be used for dramatic purposes. I'm not a fan of the author's other works, but I liked this documentary because I thought it was more about the cards than the author, which is something I really appreciate. I have not read the book, but I do know that I have to read it to understand it, and this documentary gave me the chance to read it. I will definitely be buying this when it comes out on DVD! I have also been really impressed by the fact that I do not see a lot of people commenting on the movie on the site. I think that is a good sign for a documentary, because when people don't comment on the movie, they tend to focus more on the content of the movie. I think this documentary will be a huge hit on the site. I also think it will be a big hit on the big screen, because I saw it in the movie theater, and I have been really impressed with it! I hope that people will buy this documentary and give it a chance. I think that this is one of the most important documentaries out there, because it is something that everyone can learn from. I think everyone should watch it. It is a great documentary and it deserves a lot of credit!

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Martha

I found this film to be very interesting. The director was very well-positioned to tell the story. It is definitely worth watching.

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Rachel J.

A very good documentary about the Chicago experimental music scene, with interviews from some of the people involved. The documentary is a bit slow and at times boring, but the songs are fantastic. It's a shame that there is no soundtrack. If you like music, you will like this film.

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Angela James

This documentary is so wonderful that I feel compelled to give it a 10, because I feel it should be a 10. I first saw this film on TV years ago and it made such an impact on me that I have been wanting to see it ever since. I have watched it a number of times, and I am not sure I can ever get enough of it. The story of the story of the case of the nine missing girls is so fascinating. The documentary makers make a number of very interesting points about the girls' parents, the police, and the media. The mother of the missing girls is also very interesting, and her story is very sad and painful. I have read a number of reviews of the documentary that say that it is too slow, and that it doesn't go very deep into the case, but that is not true. I found that the documentary was very much in the style of the BBC's "The Missing" program, which was a great documentary. I also found that the documentary was very well done. The only negative point about this documentary is that it is very long, and I would have liked to see it shortened a little bit. The documentary is not a documentary in the traditional sense, but it is a documentary in the sense that it is very well done. I would recommend this film to anyone, and would recommend it to everyone.

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Philip L.

This is a documentary about a group of people who are homeless. It is interesting to see how these people live in a city and their daily lives. The documentary does a great job of showing the people living in a homeless camp. The people are very honest and honest people would not be willing to have their lives shown in such a way. This documentary is worth watching.

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Harold W.

An incredibly interesting documentary that captures the culture of the world's most famous DJ, Jimmy Cliff. The documentary focuses on his childhood in Jamaica and how his family has treated him as an outsider, as well as his views on his work and his relationship with his father, who has long had a stranglehold on the music scene in Jamaica. As the documentary progresses, the viewer gets to know a lot more about the man and his music. The film also gives us a glimpse into the many other people who have worked with Cliff and his music. I really enjoyed this documentary and it's a great companion piece to his film "The Game" which is also a very good film. If you're a fan of Jimmy Cliff, or just a fan of music in general, I highly recommend you check this out.