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Man uses meditation to escape his mental illness.

Split (2016)
A: 2.1 Q: 2.3 R: 2.6

A man with dissociative identity disorder who suffered from childhood abuse kidnaps 3 teenagers.

Concussion (2015)
A: 3.8 Q: 4.0 R: 4.5

True story of the National Football League's efforts to suppress a forensic pathologist's pioneering research on chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).

A linguistics professor at Columbia University is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's disease. The film is a testament to the ordeal families face worldwide.

Lack of emotions, bipolar characters, use of drugs and placebos, social experimentation.

In post-WWII America, a Native American war veteran, mute and suffering from migranes, is given psychotherapy, exploring his dreams and traumatic past.

Richard Davidson helps veterans with PTSD and children with ADHD to rewire their brains through meditation and mental exercises.

Of Two Minds
Of Two Minds (2012)
A: 3.0 Q: 3.0 R: 3.0

The extraordinary lives, struggles and successes of three people living with bipolar disorder in America today.

Bill suffers from an [unstated] neurodegenerative disorder that causes him greater difficulties functioning in everyday life.

Lockout (2012)
A: 2.1 Q: 2.2 R: 2.5

In 2079, violent criminals are incarcerated in a space-jail where they're kept in stasis, which causes psychoses and dementia.

Vanishing Waves
Vanishing Waves (2012)
A: 0.0 Q: 0.0 R: 0.0

A neuron-transfer scientist experiments with the thoughts of a comatose young woman.

Bipolar character(s) interacting with others dramatically, romantically, and comically.

A documentary about concussions in sports, their effects, and why people continue to put themselves, and their children, at risk.

Fly Away
Fly Away (2011)
A: 3.7 Q: 3.4 R: 3.0

The poignant yet humor filled story about a single mother of a teenager severely impacted by autism, forced to reckon with her daughter's future.

Dangerous Method, A
Dangerous Method, A (2011)
A: 3.0 Q: 3.4 R: 3.7

Dramatization of the relationship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud, as they observe themselves developing the [clearly unscientific] field of psychoanalysis.

Based on Oliver Sacks' essay "The Last Hippie," the story of a father using music to connect with his son, who has lost the ability to form new memories.

An autistic woman becomes an expert in animal husbandry owing to her insight into their mental experience, and develops a therapy for autism using farm tools.

Two men with autism embark on a global quest to change prevailing attitudes about disability and intelligence.

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