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    • Drawing from Life

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      This is a 30 minute documentary filmed in 2008 that follows a suicide group workshop. All of the participants have made multiple suicide attempts. Nothing is working: not drugs, not therapy. So, what’s next? using animation and real footage, Drawing From Life follows the group for 20 weeks. Some of what happens is tragic and some is truly uplifting.

      Surprisingly, this is an uplifting documentary that is worth seeing. It will make you understand extreme depression and self destruction. Understanding is the first step to a cure.

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      Published on February 25, 2012 · Filed under: Health, Psychology
    • Ash

      Possibly one of the best doco’s on here, highly recommended. Not because it’s all smiles in the end or it’s ‘life-affirming’ or anything so superficial, but because these are real people you can really empathise with. It leaves me with e feeling of quiet reverence.

      • Benjy (Documentary-Log Owner)

         Hi Ash. Awesome! Happy to hear that.
        I’ve been working hard lately to bring you ‘under the radar’ documentaries. Also, you probably noticed that this documentary is from the National Film Board of Canada. I’m working directly with these copyright owners more and more and the quality will hopefully continue to rise on this site because of it. Always happy to hear your comments – positive or negative.

        • Ash NA

           I appreciate your work man, I can imagine most of the time it’s a thankless task.

          The NFB I only recently discovered myself do some great human interest stuff, they have an approach similar to English and Australian docos, very down to Earth.

          • Benjy (Documentary-Log Owner)

             Hi Ash,

            Thanks, I really appreciate it. It’s not always thankless: almost nobody complains, really: it’s all really positive and a smart community – it’s more that it’s been quieter the last couple of years but lately it’s starting to really pick back up!

            I haven’t been able to find a British or Australian website like the NFB that has a great collection of documentaries. Do you know of a place?

    • Adam

      Wonderful video. Very moving.
      I hate to point it out, but I gotta say the image for the article (featuring Superman) is wholly inappropriate considering the video content.

    • PJSWNY

      This was remarkable. Interesting group of people, showed a unique glimpse into mental health and the sufferers. I agree with an earlier post though, superman? Doesn’t work for the vid.