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WAIT! I'm Still Here


Winner of the Golden Telly Award 2015


After winning the Telly Gold Award for their documentary movie trailer, Kevin Reem and Jim Legoy are in the finishing stages of  a documentary feature film entitled: “Wait! I’m Still Here”.  This film focuses on the increasing numbers of people with mental, emotional and behavioral disorders in the United States. In contrast to the many sensationalist films on the topic, the script crafts a serious, thoughtful and credible exploration into key questions about which individuals, families, patients and even doctors are in search of answers. For instance, what to make of evidence that success rates in the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s were greater than they are today? And compared to other parts of the world, why have depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, ADHD and eating disorders reached epidemic proportions in the U.S. over the past 20 years, in particular?

Other questions we ask focus on the patients experiences. Based on interviews with researchers, psychiatrists, therapists, patients and their families, the film openly asks patients if their treatment experience was helpful. Does medication aid or mask the symptoms? Does therapy and new teaching techniques obstruct the healing process or is it beneficial? Is there hope for normality in an ever-changing world?