Did You Used to be R.D. Laing?

  • February 7, 2018 / 19:00
  • February 17, 2018 / 16:00

Directors: Kirk Tougas, Thomas Shandel
Cast: R.D. Laing, Andrew Feldmar
Canada, UK, 1989, 92', color
English with Turkish subtitles
 
Laing’in kendi yaşamından öyküler ile hastalarının deneyimlerinden yola çıkarak, hekimi bir dizi konferans ve seminerde takip eden bu filmde radikal psikiyatrist merak uyandıran, hazırcevap ve teklifsiz bir karakter olarak gösteriliyor. Laing terapi sanatına ilişkin anlayışını, sevgi adına birbirimize söylediğimiz yalanları, izleri bazen doğuma kadar sürülebilen tekrarlayan davranış örüntülerini, tuhaf veya rahatsızlık veren her türlü davranış ve düşünceyi bastırmaya yönelik acınası insan içgüdüsünü izleyiciler ile paylaşıyor. Bu filmin konusu müthiş bir özgünlüğe ve dehaya sahip, çekici karizması ve zevkli kişiliği sayesinde etkili bir öykücü ve muzip bir şakacı olan bir kişilik.
 
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