Psychology

We Can Make You Talk: A History of Interrogation

It happens in every war, prisoners are taken, spies and informant are rounded up, pilots are shot down and captured and many of them will be asked to answer questions, questions that they would rather not answer. The treatment of suspects in the War on Terror held at Guantanamo Bay sparked a firestorm of controversy, much centering around the methods that military investigators use to extract i

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Of Two Minds

Of Two Minds

Of Two Minds is an intimate look into what it is like to live with bipolar disorder, through three unique cases we learn of the struggles and successes faced on a daily basis and how these people have managed to cope with such extreme emotions. Using a combination of intimate verité and revealing interviews, we gradually gain insight into what it must feel like to be bipolar, going from the hig

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Sleepwalkers: Secrets Of The Night

We all are in need of a good nights sleep, in fact most of us spend an astonishing twenty years of our lives tucked up in bed. But what some people do when they are no longer awake is quite extraordinary. Extreme sleep disorders and strange nocturnal activities can be a living nightmare. Just imagine if your partner was diagnosed with a sleep disorder known as sexomnia, a sleep related epilepsy

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Inside Broadmoor

Inside Broadmoor

In this episode of UK Undercover which originally aired in 2002, we head inside Britain's most notorious hospital, Broadmoor. It's located 20 miles south of Reading, Berkshire and the inmates found here are some of the most difficult, disturbed and dangerous men and women in the United Kingdom. Over 30 years ago the producers of this film made another program which exposed some of the scandals

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In The Shadow Of Feeling

This film explores what it is that makes children develop into adult psychopaths. We often picture psychopaths as criminals and murderers but this is not always the case, a psychopath is essentially an individual who lacks empathy or the ability to feel remorse. They can however perfectly mimic the visual aspects of such emotions but rarely feel them internally. We consider psychopaths to be so

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Terence McKenna’s True Hallucinations

Terence McKenna's True Hallucinations is an experimental documentary by Peter Bergmann which has managed to perfectly stitch together much of McKenna's interviews and recordings from hundreds of different sources to tell the tale of Terence McKenna's adventure into the Amazon basin and the ideas which this trip gave birth to. In 1971, Terence McKenna, along with his brother Dennis and three oth

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The Man Who Loved The Number 12

The Man Who Loved The Number 12 is a film that explores excessive behaviour which is so extreme it can tear families apart. It is a portrait of a husband and father who has been decimated by obsessive compulsive disorder and a family who are learning how to cope with his crippling mental illness. This is the remarkable story of Huge Turner who has suffered from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OC

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Teenage Japanese Killers

In Japan, one of the most peaceful countries in the world times are now changing. A succession of horrific brutal murders have shocked the nation, murders not committed by hardened criminals or the secretive Japanese mafia but instead by middle class teenagers with no criminal record, they are just killing indiscriminately. This film sets out to explore the issue at hand, attempting to understa

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The Man With The Seven Second Memory

Clive Wearing, has one of the worst cases of amnesia in the world, he was a renowned musicologist, conductor, tenor and keyboardist living in London when he was struck down by a virus in 1985. Parts of his brain were completely destroyed including his memory, however his ability to play music is unaffected. Clive's case became known to millions when a television documentary entitled Prisoner of

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