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Documentary: Of Two Minds @ Carlton Magic Lantern Cinemas

  • Mar 5, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Phil D is the organizer for this meetup. If you need to contact him, please post a message on the wall, or go into his profile and email him through there.

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Looks like I'm running out of movies I wanna watch at the theatre. After digging around, this one seemed like the most interesting to check out. It's not exactly happy material, but it looks like it's well done. We'll head over to Fran's afterwards for some comfort food and dessert to soothe the soul.

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Documentary: Of Two Minds

Movie synopsis:

Filmed over three years, OF TWO MINDS weaves together stories from across America of the incredible highs and devastating lows of bipolar disorder. This is not a medical primer or tabloid scandal expose, but rather a flesh and blood look at how remarkable people deal with the symptoms, stigmas and unique insights that come out of bipolar.

Trailer:

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Movie

Meetup Location: I will be in the area with the piano and tables, with my blue shoulder bag. Buy your ticket at the box office, or at the concession stand (if the box office isn't open)

Movie meetup time: 6:00pm. Will wait 10min.

The movie starts @ 6:45pm.

Movie Running Time: 1h30m

Cost of movie: $5.00

After the movie: Fran's for some comfort food/dessert (sorry - no alcohol for drinking after this movie!)

I look forward to seeing you there!!

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  • Karen L

    Some good insight into this illness that seems to affect more people now than ever. The gathering for comfort food was yum and fun. Thank's again Phil.

    1 · March 6, 2013

    • Jeannie

      ...we were truly comforted! thanks for making me eat that rice pudding,Karen.

      1 · March 7, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Thanks to Phil for scheduling this interesting film and the visit to Fran's afterwards.

    March 7, 2013

  • Ingrid

    Well done film, fun buncha folks! :)

    1 · March 5, 2013

  • Jeannie

    Although it was a serious film about bi-polarism,it also presented a personal side to this disorder. which I found most interesting.

    1 · March 5, 2013

  • Phil D

    I thought this was a well-made movie. I was concerned it would be a dark and depressing look into bipolar disorder, but the filmmaker was careful in picking people who were articulate and engaging. Still, there were some sad moments in the film, but overall, it was entertaining and educational. Thank you for coming out to the film, and to Fran's after. My gigantic poutine was delish! :)

    March 5, 2013

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