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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Cohen, Richard

Going to school Ir a la escuela /
A documentary film about empowering children with disabilities in Los Angeles.
DVD 8478
Good cat in screenland
"Lured by the prospects of redevelopment, two entrepreneurs from Communist China acquire a bankrupt historic show business hotel in Culver City, California. They soon find themselves at odds over ownership. ... Good Cat in screenland documents the rebirth of the topsy-turvy Culver Hotel, best known for lodging the Munchkins during the production of MGM's classic 1938 film The Wizard of Oz."--Edited summary from container.
DVD 7485
Hurry tomorrow
A compelling documentary about the loss of human rights suffered by psychiatric patients in a state mental institution, filmed over a six-week period in a locked ward at Metropolitan State Hospital in Los Angeles. It shows patients being tied down with straps and cuffs, forcibly drugged with tranquilizers, reducing them to helpless zombie-like states. The film also illustrates how individuals struggle to maintain their dignity in a dehumanized environment. An effort by hospital staff to ban 'Hurry tomorrow' resulted instead in a major investigation of conditions at California's state hospitals, uncovering the tragic deaths of several hundred patients.
DVD 8477