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And Now, Love
A highly decorated Jewish WWII veteran, Bernard Bail was captured by the Nazis and saved by the secret love of his German nurse. He became a doctor and psychoanalyst who continued Freud's “mother’s imprint” theory that advocates for the equality of women and strikes at the root of all mental illness.
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Howl Of The Underdogs
Howl of the Underdogs is the story of the Norwegian metal band Madder Mortem and their singer who, struggling with a life-long eating disorder in an image-obsessed industry, undergoes weight loss surgery to battle the demons that have given birth to their music. The film explores how the band boils down their internal demons, Scandinavian cultural norms, and an image-obsessed industry into inspirational music that reaches fans around the world.
Harlem Rising chronicles the remarkable history and lives transformed by Geoffrey Canada’s Harlem Children’s Zone. Using archival video footage filmed by Black and Brown youth from the 80's, 90's and early 2000's, the film captures the transformation of New York City's Harlem through the unique lens of three generations of students who grew up with the Harlem Children's Zone.
From neuroscience labs to church pews, A Sexplanation follows a grown man on a journey to unlearn the sexual shame he grew up with thanks to his American sex education. The documentary features provocative conversations with psychologists, sex researchers—and even a Jesuit priest. With humor and grit, Alex takes audiences on a playful, heartfelt journey from a shame-filled past to a happier, healthier future.
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