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60 Minutes: Imminent Danger

Steve Kroft examines whether our mental health and criminal justice systems are failing people with severe mental illnesses like schizophrenia.

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A Secret Best Not Kept

Thirteen-year-old Dara Berger's world is shattered when she comes home to find her mother dead. Eighteen years later, she ends the silence surrounding her mother's suicide by directing and producing the highly anticipated documentary film, "A Secret Best Not Kept."

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Before They Fall Off the Cliff: The Ripple Effects of Schizophrenia

In 1994, Matthew McBride, the youngest son of a suburban St. Louis, Missouri family, was fighting a difficult battle with paranoid schizophrenia. The imaginary voices in his head convinced him that his parents were the enemy, that if he killed them he could prevent World War III.

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BIPOLAR AND LIVING: up/down

There are approximately 5.7 million people in the United States diagnosed with bipolar disorder. People of all races, beliefs, orientations, and backgrounds.

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Bipolar: Life between two extremes

Miami Airport, 7. December 2005: A passenger claims there is a bomb on board. When he ignores the orders of two sky marshals, they shoot him down. It turns out that the man did not have a bomb, but was suffering from bipolar disorder disease. Ernst Junger visits people afflicted with the disorder, who allow him to gain insights into their disease:


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Canvas

When Mary's mental illness puts herself and her family in jeopardy, her husband and son helplessly watch as she is torn from her family by the police. Forced to raise a boy on his own and cope with his wife's schizophrenia, father and son learn what it is to truly be a family. (100 mins.)

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Cracking Up

With standup comedy there is a fine line between punch-lines and pain. Cracking Up documents the remarkable journey of a group of twelve courageous people who set out to turn their painful experience of mental illness into standup comedy.


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Cry For Help

This primetime special features first-person stories from adolescents who are confronting depression, anxiety and mental illness. From depressed, suicidal teens to parents unaware of what may be troubling their own children to those on the front lines of prevention and care, CRY FOR HELP provides a rare and important look at mental illness among young adults.

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Dad’s in Heaven with Nixon

A mother's love and a boy's journey from the darkness of brain damage and autism to the light that is his life today- as an acclaimed artist. Dad's In Heaven With Nixon is an intensely heartwarming story that is ultimately about the triumph and strength of the human spirit.

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For the Love of Aaron

For the Love of Aaron is a wonderful family movie about a talented, erratic mother trying to retain custody of her very poised, loving son against all odds. The mother has great supporting friends, and Aaron's love for her is inspiring.

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