Here are the first mainstream online reviews I have been able to find for Jen Brea's "Unrest" documentary: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/unrest-review-967867 "Brea offers an affecting film that, when made available on video, will be embraced by the millions suffering CFS worldwide." But, will it be believed by the people who need to embrace it -- family members, friends, governments, physicians, PSYCHIATRISTS, medical systems, researchers, etc.? "The Bottom Line: Medical-community confusion and first-person suffering make for a tough but worthwhile doc." Here's another review from Variety: http://variety.com/2017/film/markets-festivals/unrest-sundance-film-festival-1201966610/ "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome still flummoxes most physicians, and remains frequently dismissed as a psychosomatic “illness” — including by some nations. Still, it’s hard to buy the “all in your head” diagnosis when seeing the long-term, sometimes entirely bedridden victims of CFS in “Unrest.” Re Karina Hansen: "The questionable reason that government doctor Per Fink offers for tearing families apart is that viewing CFS as strictly psychological is “more interesting” to him."