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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
Documentary, Drama
Director
Sandra Luckow
Writer
Sandra Luckow, Anne Alvergue
Actors
Scott Griffith, Duanne Luckow, Sandra Luckow, Steve Knepper
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Duanne Luckow, 46, began a scary, dangerous and ever-escalating cycle of arrests, incarcerations and mental institutional stays. Three months into his first court-ordered 180-day commitment at Oregon State Hospital, Sandra Luckow, his sister and filmmaker, visited him. He gave her his iPhone with 250 video clips. He wanted his experience documented. With their cameras, they expose an ineffectual and inhuman system as well as delve deep into the strength of family ties. Yale School of Medicine and the Global Initiative on Mental Health at Columbia University say the iPhone footage Duanne shot as he descended into madness offers a rare, unprecedented, unfiltered look at the mind of man with untreated schizophrenia This is a specific harrowing story about a singular family trying to find its way through society's imperfections, stigmas and prejudice when dealing with mental illness. It is a search for answers - a free-fall into a quagmire of conflicting interests, policies, and despair.

Comments about documentary «That Way Madness Lies...» (14)

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Alice

The story is about a woman who wanted to be a model, but was told by her parents that modeling was not for her. So she does not want to become a model. The story starts when a young girl, who is depressed, decides to do a film about a local girl who did not like her mother and tried to kill her. The young girl is a star in her school, but she is rejected by her mother and brother. The mother and sister do not want to accept that their daughter is doing this and try to get rid of her. This leads to a very tragic end. I have to admit that I do not know anything about the real story, but this film is very well made, with a good voice-over. It shows that the reality is very complicated, and it is not easy to explain it. This is the kind of film that I would like to see more of.

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Diane F.

When I first heard about this documentary, I had high expectations. After seeing it, I am even more impressed. The documentary is quite simple. It is a movie of a documentary. It is not the usual story of a couple who have a problem with a drug dealer. This is a story about the problems of a country. The country of Mexico, where the drug dealers are found. The problems that these people have are really horrible. Their lives are hard, and they do not have a future. The movie is very well made. The director, Jorge Paez, really wanted to tell a story of the people of Mexico. He was able to do it. The cinematography was very good, the music was really good. The songs were really touching. I really enjoyed the movie. I was really impressed by the acting of Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu. He is a very talented director, and this movie shows that. I think this movie is very important, and it is not the usual stuff. The director really did a good job. I hope you will enjoy it. I hope you will see it, and I hope you will like it.

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Rebecca

For many years, I've seen many movies about the struggles of women and girls in the developing world, mostly from the perspective of the male characters. As a result, I've always been somewhat hesitant to watch a film with female protagonists. I've always felt that the female characters were more interesting than the male characters. In this film, the female protagonists are not only more interesting, but the movie itself is much more interesting, too. The film has a lot of unexpected twists and turns, and the dialogue is full of interesting ideas and insights. The actors are also very good, with Natalie Portman and Julia Roberts giving excellent performances. It's also interesting to see a movie that is not about the development of a nation or culture, but instead a story about women in a developing country, with some of the most extreme situations that I've ever seen. The characters are drawn with realism and sensitivity. The direction is also very good, with beautiful shots of the main characters and the scenes where they're traveling to different cities. Overall, this is a very good film, and a must-see for everyone.

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Evelyn

The film is about the men who were involved in the gang's activities and the families they left behind. It is clear that the film is not as much about the gang itself as it is about the individuals involved. The only flaw in the film is that it is very easy to see that the gang members were not all that they were made out to be. The film is very well done and well worth seeing.

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James S.

The purpose of this documentary is to shed light on the difficulties in life faced by people who have been abused or neglected, and the people who are responsible for it. It is a very moving documentary, which could not have been done without the excellent performance of the actors. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in how the world deals with sexual abuse. It is very well done.

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Olivia

I've always been a big fan of Mark Pellington, I think he is an extremely talented filmmaker, and one of the best filmmakers of the last ten years. I also think that many of his films have had some really good reviews, but I think that some of them are just for the money. He is the director of a documentary called "The Way Madness Lies" which is about a bunch of drug dealers and dealers who are basically making a living by selling drugs. Mark and his wife decided to make a documentary about the people in that lifestyle and they started with the dealers. They were interviewed by people who knew the people in that life, and the documentary follows them through their lives. This is a very important film, I think it should be seen by people who are interested in the drug trade, it is a very honest documentary about a world that most people don't know about. The film also has a very important message for people, it shows that drug addiction is a very serious problem and the drugs are being sold for profit, which I think is the main message of the film. If you want to know more about the film, go to Mark's website at MarkPellington.com. He also wrote a book about the subject called "The Way Madness Lies". I recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about the drug trade.

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Sara R.

I'm not a 'death-hippie', I just like to think about things that matter. This movie is about what we take for granted in life. We all have an ability to forget, but we have to take it for granted. We all need to know the difference between love and hate. Life is precious. I hope that if you're a 'death-hippie' you'll watch this film and take it for granted.

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David

I saw this movie on the big screen with a full audience. My wife and I thought it was terrific. I have to admit that I was a bit skeptical about the subject matter. The documentary was actually quite entertaining. I thought it was quite interesting that the man who was a mental patient for over 30 years, and then came out of prison, was able to write a book about his experiences. I thought it was well done, and would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about mental illness.

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Ruth M.

I was pleasantly surprised by this film, as I had expected to see a documentary about one of the most important cases of the 90's. Instead I was left with a film that is an enjoyable experience for those who have not had the opportunity to experience the early years of this landmark case. The film does not attempt to educate the viewer on the legal aspects of the case, instead it focuses on the impact the case had on the families and the life of the defendant. The film is well written and well directed, but does have some shortcomings in that it does not take the viewer to the facts and events of the case. The film is interesting and entertaining, but I would recommend this film to anyone who has not had the opportunity to experience the case first hand. 9/10

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Samuel Graham

I'm not a huge fan of film, and I don't usually watch documentaries. But this one was amazing. It showed the dangers of the drug war in the US. It also showed how bad things have become in the United States. It is very powerful, and I highly recommend watching it. It really has the potential to change the world. You really feel the weight of what is happening in the world.

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Margaret L.

This is a good movie to watch. The acting is great, the music is great, the story is great, the story is real. All of the actors do an outstanding job. However, I have to say, it was difficult to believe that these young people could have been in the situation that they were in. However, I think it's a good movie, because it shows that no matter how hard you try, life will never be easy.

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Martha M.

To be honest, I thought it would be a boring documentary about a bunch of extremely lucky people who had no way of being in a situation like this, but it turned out to be one of the most interesting documentaries I have seen. I am a big fan of Gordon Lightfoot and I thought he did a great job of playing a character that is a little bit selfish, but he was able to show how he was really feeling. He is a very likable character and I really loved his honesty. I also liked the music, which is very well done. The only thing that bothered me about the movie is that it is too long. It is just too long. I understand that it is not the best documentary about this but I think it could have been better if it was shorter. It was too long for me.

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Amanda

While not all of the facts are new, this documentary is nonetheless a great exploration of the relationships that make up a typical family. It is a very well-made documentary. I enjoyed it immensely. The documentary was edited well and included some excellent information on each of the people in the family. I would highly recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about their family. I rate it 9/10.

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Frances A.

As the title suggests, the film follows the rise and fall of the main character, a twenty-something computer whiz, who was obsessed with the web, and was once a "scruffy geek", who, through his obsession, lost his job, his friends, and his life. At one point, he even considered killing himself. But, as fate would have it, he got lucky and got a second chance at life. The story itself is very interesting and, at times, painful to watch. However, I am a huge fan of the web, and the way the film is shot and edited, really helps to portray the web and its user-base in a realistic way. There are a few scenes that really get to me, especially the ones that show the hard work and dedication that goes into creating a site like this. It's just sad to see what these people have to go through, and it's a shame that they can't get a job, or even a second chance at life. I thought the acting was very good, especially the young people who play the main characters, especially the young man who plays the young hacker, who is a very likable guy. I think that the film could have used more of a plot, as the main character, as well as the other people, are all pretty much a complete mystery, and, therefore, the viewer is left guessing as to what is really going on, and how it's going to affect them. Overall, it was a very interesting and, at times, painful movie to watch. However, I do think that, had the plot been more complex, and the acting better, it would have been a great movie. It was very well made, but I would not recommend it to anyone. It was a great film, but, unfortunately, it's not for everyone.