My Depression
The Up and Down and Up of it

My Depression - The Up and Down and Up of it
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Normand avatar
Normand

Bien fait. Agréable à regarder.

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Frank

I like the idea of clinical depression being depicted in such a whimsical way. I actually smiled once or twice (something I rarely do) while watching this. Very refreshing and insightful. I give this one 5 stars: I'm so glad I discovered Kanopy!

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Gustavo

Don't use drugs.
Just find one thought you made, caught one though you know is silly, and ridicule it. For instance, if you thought.. "I am ugly and that is why nobody likes me".. just take the power out of it making it ridiculous as with "well.. if I am that ugly I could film a scary ...Read more

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Cherie

I don't like that drugs are the way out!

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Felix

Good one.

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Bean

The humor fell flat for me. This take on depression (told from a white woman's perspective) wasn't very insightful -- especially with the caricatures of people of color, and a few annoying songs thrown in. It's like watching an animated version of the "Cathy" cartoon, about depression. ...Read more

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Dina

I feel you

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Walker

Yes! Someone finally gets it! Someone's perspective on depression is dependent on their gender and skin color. Thank you for bringing this to light, Bean.

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Anna

Such a unique and effective way of illustrating one's personal experiences with depression through music and animation!

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Anonymous

This is great! Can't wait to use it for programming!

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