Am vizionat acest flm cu mare interes.Va recomand sa il achizitionati!
Multe se vor schimba in modul de aprivi munca de terapeut cu copii,tinerii cu autism!
Sandrine Bonnaire is the elegant French actor who starred in movies such as Maurice Pialat’s Sous le Soleil de Satan, Claude Chabrol’s La Cérémonie and Patrice Leconte’s Monsieur Hire. Now she has turned documentary-maker. Using her own video archive and shooting new material herself, she offers a deeply intelligent, moving, personal essay about her sister Sabine, who has autism, a condition that was for years catastrophically undiagnosed. Bonnaire uses family videos of Sabine as a heartbreakingly free-spirited girl and intercuts these images with the grim reality of Sabine as she is now, almost unrecognisable at 38: overweight, depressed, prone to abusive and aggressive episodes. With enlightened treatment in a new care home, Sabine is evidently making progress, but she had previously been placed in a heartless psychiatric hospital that thought of nothing but drugging and pacifying its patient-
Bonnaire’s movie reflects on the most painful question: how much of Sabine’s decline was unavoidable? She didn’t need to be incarcerated, but inevitably Sandrine would leave home, and to some degree abandon Sabine. The intensity of those early videos shows a kind of incipient tragic narcissism in the director: a melancholy presentiment that the poor bewildered sister left behind was the hidden döppelgänger to the glamorous movie star who went out to conquer the world.
sevente din film puteti gasi si pe youtube dar recomand vizionarea intregului film.