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[Netflix] My Beautiful Broken Brain
« il: 8 February 2016, 11:30:58 »
Netflix will debut “My Beautiful Broken Brain,” a documentary about a woman’s recovery from a traumatic brain injury from executive producer David Lynch, globally on the service March 18.

The documentary film details the experience of Dutch-French filmmaker Lotje Sodderland, after she suffered a hemorrhagic stroke and embarks on a journey of rehabilitation and recovery. The film was co-directed by Sophie Robinson and Sodderland and exec produced by Lynch and Michael Houldey. “My Beautiful Broken Brain” is an official selection of the 2016 SXSW Film Festival. In “My Beautiful Broken Brain,” Sodderland finds herself bereft of language and logic, fighting not to be defined by her limitations but by the possibilities of life. The film documents the consequences of a first-time neurological experiment for Sodderland through to the extraordinary revelations of her altered sensory perception.


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Re: My Beautiful Broken Brain [Netflix]
« Risposta #1 il: 8 February 2016, 21:21:44 »
Me lo segno  :zizi:
Nobody died for my sins
No faith tied to my name
The path I choose to walk is mine