Alzheimer's News Today Raves
“Monster in the Mind”—a Brilliantly Crafted Alzheimer’s Film Overturns Doomsday Predictions by Magdalena Kegel
On July 26, a different kind of happening interrupted the usual bustle of activity at this year’s Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC 2016) in Canada. Attending scientists became first viewers at the North American premiere of a new kind of full length documentary film — one that reveals untold truths about Alzheimer’s disease and emphasizes that the disease can largely be prevented by the individual actions of each and all of us. Click here to read more...
"A brilliant deconstruction of the Alzheimer's myth."-- Ralph Nader
“A masterful dissection of Alzheimer’s, bringing drama, fact, hope and wise advice for all of us.” – Dr. George Perry, the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease
“Hilarious! Important and I loved it."-- Dr. Margaret Lock, McGill University, author, The Alzheimer Conundrum.
“Awesome!”-- Dr. Claudia Kawas, University of California, Irvine
“It does for Alzheimer’s what Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth” did for global warming.” -- Dr. Peter Whitehouse, Case Western Reserve University
“Unique and revelatory in its exposé of the myths, marketing and reality of Alzheimer’s disease.” -- Claire Aguilar, Sheffield Doc/ Fest UK, 2016
“Utterly terrific! Funny and serious. Everyone must see it.”-- Reese Schonfeld, founding president of CNN
“Riveting! An awesome feel-good movie about Alzheimer’s” – Thea Flaum, creator Siskel-Ebert TV show.
“A triumph of meticulous research, and immensely skillful journalism.” – Ann Reynolds, former chancellor, City University of New York (CUNY)
"Exciting!"--Tilda Swinton, actress, consulting producer of the documentary.
"Provocative and Enlightening!” – Judy Blume, novelist.
"Original and important!" --Julia Reichert, award-winning film maker.
“Using satirical horror films and a scientific scalpel, the director lays bare our obsession with Alzheimer’s.” -- Gil Thelen, former editor- publisher, Tampa Tribune
“A stunning accomplishment—to make an audience laugh and cry about humanity’s worst nightmare--Alzheimer’s.” -- Blake Hunter, creator of TV’s Who’s the Boss?