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That Way Madness Lies... is a movie starring Sandra Luckow, Duanne Luckow, and Scott Griffith. One woman and her family trek the broken mental health system in an effort to save her brother as he descends into madness. Beginning as...

Running Time
1 hours 41 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, Documentary
Sandra Luckow
Sandra Luckow, Anne Alvergue
Steve Knepper, Sandra Luckow, Duanne Luckow, Scott Griffith
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Duanne Luckow, 46, began a scary, dangerous and ever-escalating cycle of arrests, incarcerations and mental institutional stays. Three months into his first court-ordered 180-day commitment at Oregon State Hospital, Sandra Luckow, his sister and filmmaker, visited him. He gave her his iPhone with 250 video clips. He wanted his experience documented. With their cameras, they expose an ineffectual and inhuman system as well as delve deep into the strength of family ties. Yale School of Medicine and the Global Initiative on Mental Health at Columbia University say the iPhone footage Duanne shot as he descended into madness offers a rare, unprecedented, unfiltered look at the mind of man with untreated schizophrenia This is a specific harrowing story about a singular family trying to find its way through society's imperfections, stigmas and prejudice when dealing with mental illness. It is a search for answers - a free-fall into a quagmire of conflicting interests, policies, and despair.

Comments about drama «That Way Madness Lies...» (18)

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Paul G.

Well, I saw this film at the Theatres for free, and I'm not sure if I have ever seen such a film that has such a "good" word in the title, or if I've seen any film at all. But I thought it was a great film, and I'm sure I'll be seeing it again some day. It was really cool to see a film that wasn't a "movie" and just showed what happens in a family. It's not an Academy Award winner, and it's not a film that has to be "witty" to make a point, but it is an interesting and very nice movie. I think it's really important to understand that no matter what, if we take the time to understand what's going on, we can really relate to it and be involved with the story. It's great to see a film that really shows what happens, and I think that's what makes this film special. I think it's great that this film has the word "Miracle" in the title, because it really shows the hardships of a family in such a great way. I think it's really important that everyone takes the time to see this film, because it's very important.

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John Collins

This is a wonderful documentary about a little known, little known movie, directed by a Canadian filmmaker, and made into a television movie. The movie was originally a play that was made into a movie in the 1970's. It was a great hit and was filmed for television in Canada and the United States. The movie is about a little known film, "The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane" and is an extremely funny movie. It's a real little gem of a movie. It is a wonderful, dark comedy. I loved it. I highly recommend it.

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Emma Kelley

I love documentaries, and this one was really good. It has some really interesting points, especially on the American military. It's also really funny, and just plain entertaining. I really enjoyed it, and I think that it is a really good movie. I like the way that the film was shot, and the editing was really good. The writing was really good too. It had a lot of funny moments, and I really liked it. It's a really good movie.

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This documentary has given me a new respect for the U.S. Army. We hear from several soldiers and veterans about the tactics and procedures employed in combat. The documentary is told in a chronological manner, with flashbacks to the Vietnam War, to present day. We hear from soldiers about the reasons for their involvement, and some of the psychological effects of combat. The soldiers speak about their experiences, and we see footage of the different engagements, both combat and noncombat. We also hear from the soldiers' families, the general public, and the military. The movie is realistic and accurate. I've seen other documentaries on the Vietnam War, but none have given me the sense of "I've been there". This documentary will provide that feeling.

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Craig Jones

I never heard of this film until a friend recommended it to me. I really don't understand how this film was so popular. I never liked Bono much before. I liked "Us and Them" but I didn't really like him. I never liked Bono as a singer and I found his lyrics boring. Now I am really happy that I finally watched this film. I have to admit that I don't have much to say about this film. I can say that it is not for everyone. It is a bit depressing at times. But it is important to have this film in the library of any good music fan. It is a nice film to watch.

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Sara Burke

I know this is a film that has received a lot of criticism for being too depressing. I was able to get through it without really caring. It's an interesting way of looking at the problems that the modern population faces, and also it gives us a point of view that is different than the typical "poverty is bad, misery is good" film. This is one of those films where you don't need to know anything about the subject to be able to follow the story. It's a film about how the ordinary people live their lives, but it also covers the darker side of our lives and how we should accept it, rather than make it a point of self-exposure. The movie is very, very sad, but it's also very funny at the same time. The three main characters are very well cast, and each one of them has his own voice. The film is well-made, and if you don't have a specific interest in the subject matter, you should enjoy it. If you want to know more about the problems facing the modern world, I would definitely recommend it. I think it's a very worthwhile film. 8/10.

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This film is an interesting look at the problems of street gangs and what happens when they get too big and too powerful. This film is also the story of a young man who is involved in the street gang and is put in a situation that has him at the mercy of his own gang. It is an interesting look into what happens when gang members get too powerful and the consequences that flow from that. The film is very good at showing how the gang members behave and react in their environment. The film also shows what happens when they get too big and get more powerful. This film is very well done. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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Arthur Hunt

The film is based on the book written by George M. Schmitz, a journalist who had been trying to report about the scandal since the end of the sixties, but without success. So he took the issue to the US government, hoping that the government might provide him a little more help. What he didn't know was that the US government was actually behind the whole scandal, and he ended up writing a book about it. In an interview, he told that the CIA wanted him to write a book on the "special relationship" - a belief that the US is the only country that has ever intervened in a foreign country and won't hesitate to do so again, even if the country is one that is much weaker than the US. Schmitz's book " The War Against Vietnam " is very controversial, and he also got into trouble for using the term "Special relationship", which the CIA found unacceptable. So he wrote a different book - " The War With Laos " - which is much more critical of the US, even if it's not about Laos at all. The movie covers Schmitz's work on this matter and the part of the story that Schmitz himself didn't write about. He only wrote about the sixties, not about the war, so the movie doesn't cover that part of the story, but it's all about the part that Schmitz did write about, namely the role of the US and how it took over Laos, and how the US was always involved in everything that was going on in Laos. So it's a pretty good movie, and although it's not entirely about the war, it does contain some interesting facts about the war, and how the US actually did influence things, so that's a good movie, but it doesn't explain why the US was always involved in Laos, and what happened in Laos during the sixties. However, it does show that, as Schmitz said, the US has always intervened in other countries, even if they are weaker. If you don't mind some spoilers, don't watch the movie.

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Andrea C.

The movie is quite a documentary but what you will learn is not only that children in a situation like this (as we see with Michael and his sister) have some kind of a normal childhood, they also live in a world where they have no choice but to do the best they can and to try to get on the right track, even if it means changing their parents' minds. There are so many things that we learn in this movie. It shows how a child grows up in a community with different values, even if they were not raised differently. Michael is not like all the other children of his age in the neighborhood. He is different from the other kids. He has his own problems and he wants to change his problems. In addition, Michael was already aware of the difficulties he had, even before the day he was taken away. He had a lot of problems and there was no way he could live his life with the difficulties he had. In some moments in the movie, Michael didn't know what was wrong with him. He even tried to find a way to find out what was wrong. He was not a kid who could just think about it. He wanted to change it. His mother was not at all convinced that his problems were of his own doing. Her only help was to get the kids to bed early so that they could go to school. She didn't give him much time for thinking about his problems. His father was not around to help. His mother was concerned that her son would not grow up well. She didn't try to help him. The only way he could get out of the problem was to get a job. He worked as a trash collector but that was not very good because he couldn't pay for the trash. The only way he could get money was through the lottery. And he just didn't get the chance. And his sister didn't have the same problems. She was not afraid. She did everything she could to keep her father in the dark and her mother from seeing him. She wanted to be on the right track and she tried to change her mother's mind. In this movie, you will learn how a child can change his mind and how he can change his family's mind. This movie shows how children can do things in life that will change the world around them. This is how the world is. If you are not ready to change your mind, you are not ready to change the world around you. This is why the movie is so important and so beautiful.

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Jean Franklin

The film has a lot of good points, but the subject is too complex for the average viewer. The majority of the film is about the Holocaust and how it affected the lives of the people involved. It's hard to put the film into a nutshell and understand it. This is why I was a bit disappointed by the ending. I don't know if it was a result of the fact that I had no idea what the film was about, or what the film was about, or just what the director intended to do with the ending. But I have to say that the ending is very good, and the film is worth watching. If you like movies about the Holocaust, I recommend you watch this movie.

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Joyce M.

The first thing that struck me was how old the director was - I remember the film's name. He was almost fifty, and looked like he was making it for the first time. I know he had a good idea for the story, but the style of film-making is so old-fashioned that it didn't make sense to me. I guess that the film is an attempt to re-define a simple story that had been done so many times before. That's what I mean by "older." The film is very good and beautiful. The photography is excellent, and the actors are all very good. I especially liked all the young actors: it's a young cast, and they really bring their characters to life. There are several scenes where I was struck by the acting and the young people, especially one young boy who was probably about 12. I felt like I was seeing a new version of the story. It was so refreshing to see a film that actually tries to change the story. That's not to say the film is perfect, because it's not. The film has a few problems. I feel that the film's only purpose was to re-define the story. But the film doesn't change anything that had been done so many times before, so it doesn't bother me. But there are many other problems that I have with the film. I'm not going to list them all here. But here's one: the young boy who played "Bill" is probably one of the most beautiful people I've ever seen. He's gorgeous, but I can't help but think that he's way too young to play such a part. He's probably only 5, but that's too young to play a child. That kid is beautiful, and it would have been nice to see more of him. Also, the girl who played "Lucy" was a bit annoying. She has a big mouth, but I just couldn't feel her personality. The camera was so close that I couldn't see her face. In addition, the film has a "no sex" policy. I'm not a prude, but I don't think there's anything wrong with sex in a film. I can understand why it's important to this film, but it's really hard to watch when it's the only sex scene. Finally, I thought the film was too long. It felt like the film went on forever. But I'm glad that it was, because it was really good. I was really impressed with the film. It's really good, and I can't wait for the director's next film. But I'm going to have to wait a little longer for his next film, because he's a genius.

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This is a great film. While it may be a little overlong, it will be a great film to watch over and over again. It was fascinating to watch the journey of a woman's journey to find herself and find her voice. The only thing I didn't like about this film was that I wish it could have included more of the documentary footage. In the film, you can hear one interview that was edited out, and I would have liked to hear more of that.

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Judy Warren

This film was one of the best documentaries I have seen for a while. The "Silence" and "Tent" videos are excellent, but this film is the best of the two. The subjects are not only talkative and engaging, but they are also deeply human. Each individual here has his or her own story, and it's interesting to see how all of them are connected. The film is also educational, but not only about the power of the internet or technology, but also about the effect of such technology on individuals and the whole society. I highly recommend this film.

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I really loved this movie. I liked the way it was told and it was all about the town. I thought the acting was great and the cinematography was stunning. I loved the overall feel of the movie. It was very unique and made me think about the movie for days afterwards. I think the director did a great job in capturing the energy of the town, the people and the events of the day. I also thought the story was pretty good, there were some real and believable moments. I don't think this movie is for everyone, but if you're looking for a good movie to watch and get to know a little bit about a small town in Michigan, this is the one to go for.

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I do not understand the rave reviews of this film. This is one of the most boring films I have ever seen. There is no point to the film, the "special" effect is of no consequence, the acting is terrible and the "sound" is terrible. I'm not saying the actors are bad, I'm saying the film is rubbish. The story is weak and the ending is dumb. And what is with the title? Is it supposed to be a pun or an in-joke? This film is one of the most boring films I have ever seen.

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This film tells the story of a group of young people who are trying to get through college without worrying about money and hook up. These people are just ordinary kids from a small town in Indiana. The girls are all pretty, the guys are pretty, and the older guys are all pretty. In this film they are all trying to make it through college without going to jail. The girls are all trying to get into Columbia University and the guys are trying to get into a university that doesn't have a lot of acceptance. The problem is that Columbia isn't very easy to get into. You have to be a doctor, lawyer, or a doctorate, and you have to be in pretty good academic standing. The film is a realistic look at the real life struggles these kids face in trying to get through college. It is an interesting look at the people who are the students in the film. Most of them are from small towns in Indiana. This film is a great educational film and a great movie for any viewer.

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Sharon F.

This film is about a brilliant young man who tries to make it in the music business. The film is about his first major label, Warner Bros. Records. The film covers his rise and fall, from the self-doubt, to the success of the label. The film is not without its problems, however. The film is slow at times, and some of the music is somewhat dull. This is especially true when you are trying to figure out what is going on. This film is definitely worth a look for those who are into music, but it is not the best film to see about music. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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John C.

I first saw this film when I was in the sixth grade and I just finished watching it again this week. I love this film for its message and for the fact that it's so close to the truth. I've been a huge fan of Tim Robbins since "The Big Lebowski" and this film just shows why he's one of my favorite actors. His role is very similar to his role in "The Big Lebowski" and he really gets into the character. It's not a boring film and it's really good. It's really a good movie. I think this is one of those films that you just have to watch it over and over again and you will definitely enjoy it. I really liked this film and I think it's one of the best films of the year.