Illustrates ways in which we express attitudes toward emotional problems and mental health and encourages the acceptance of differences in the behavior and attitudes of others. Uses actual interviews to encourage those who need psychiatric help to overcome their reluctance to seek it and lists sources that are available to provide such help.
Uses archival films and still photographs in portraying the life of Woodrow Wilson as viewed by Herbert Hoover, with emphasis on the years 1917 to 1921. Portrays Wilson's interest in peace and in the ideals of democracy, his compassion for victims of famine and pestilence, and his passionate support of the League of Nations.
October 7, 2021 Subject:
to the uploader: i would like to use this in a documentary i am making. i can't seem to find if it is copyrighted. you state 'true' next to access restricted item. do you have any more info on this? thanks
October 15, 2019 Subject:
Still Relevant Today! (2019)
What a peculiar film. This copy sputters at times near the beginning and end of the film, but the content and core message are still valuable today. The content and interviews are powerful, ring true to the human experience and are worth the 27 minute run time. The 70's synthesizers are at times creepy, beautiful, annoying and entirely appropriate for their era as well. I love this film, and I advocate for the mental health of all people to create a better world for us all to live in.