Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Jenny, Mar 22, 2010.
there is contact info on the website - that's the best way to find out
I contacted Susan Douglas to seek the permission to subtitle trailers. However, they have no scipt. I wanted to be a demand here, if such is available.
Perhaps you should put a link to what you are referring to? This would make it easier to potentiall help you.
I merged all the threads I could find about this movie into one. enjoy!
Also, I think a lot of English-language TV stations like a transcipt as they have subtitles for people with hearing problems.
I was interviewed via telephone for this movie......& I fall into the 25% grp at this point (for those who were concerned about them including the severely ill in this, they are definitely trying to represent the different levels of functioning people have and the daily fluctuations, too)
the interview was very thorough and the person I talked to knows a lot, is very passionate about the subject, and is also very compassionate
aside from what it's like being sick (physically, cognitively, financially, socially, etc, etc, and how much life has changed, we also talked about the effects of not looking sick, the disbelief, the way many docs act towards us, the way the CDC and NICE have hurt us, etc etc.....and I brought up Dr Myhill's awful situation and how much her website has helped me....discussed how I try to hang onto hope, and a few other things, too - I am not remembering all of it, bc it was quite long and my memory stinks)
I was really excited about this before being interviewed, but now I am even more so......I really believe that they are going to do a great job with this
The clips combined with that music is excellent. The mood it set was downright scary. I hope they are able to carry this into a movie. We need something that pulls the emotions. I hope this doesn't end up being a dry documentary.
Hope you are well.
Many thanks for your interest in the film and your suggestions. We take all of your inquiries seriously and hope to use them to improve and expand our film.
At the moment we are still in the development stage of the film as we are sorting out funding. We have some very exciting news about the film to be confirmed soon including ways of donating, so please keep looking out on our Facebook page and official site for these updates.
Most importantly please do help to spread the word of the film to everybody you know. The more people who know about our cause the better to inform people around the world, including most notably the medical profession, of this illness.
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Lets keep this going!
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it might be good to start another thread re donations.....might get more attention that way
In the trailer Dr. Mikovits says that XMRV causes neuro-immune disease and cancer. That's going beyond the evidence and WPI claims that they never said that. Is there a discussion about this here or somewhere else? does she know something we don't, quoted out of context or just said something she shouldn't have?
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