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Meg meditating in the Berkshire Mountains

Meg meditating in the Berkshire Mountains

Meg Hutchinson speaking with Dr. Nassir Ghaemi

Meg Hutchinson speaking with Dr. Nassir Ghaemi of Tufts Medical center

Meg meditating in the Berkshire Mountains

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Meg Hutchinson with Dr. Nassir Ghaemi of Tufts Medical Center

Meg Hutchinson with Dr. Nassir Ghaemi of Tufts Medical Center

Co-Directors Rob Stegman and Todd Kwait at the Golden Gate

Co-Directors Rob Stegman and Todd Kwait at the Golden Gate

Meg Hutchinson with Dr. Richard Davidson of the University of Wisconsin

Meg Hutchinson with Dr. Richard Davidson of the University of Wisconsin

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Photo by Stephan Hoglund

Photo by Stephan Hoglund

Crew getting ready to shoot at the Golden Gate Bridge

Crew getting ready to shoot at the Golden Gate Bridge

Pack Up Your Sorrows Poster

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Download the Trailer in ProRes here

Clip featuring Jan Hutchinson (Meg’s Mom): Click here

Clip featuring Sgt Kevin Briggs, the Guardian of the Golden Gate: Click here

 

3 Comments

  1. I have anxiety issues and take 200 mg of Abilify (only drug) once every 6 weeks. Refused to take meds for 8 years. In 2013 I went to Canada to request political asylum and they said yes, but it was farce. Then, upon returning to USA, by court order of Minnesota had to take meds. Okay and stable now.

    Impressed by the film trailer, that you ventured forth to leading experts and presented their interviews; it takes a bunch to make a film about anything, so, I would say it was a worthwhile project.

    New on the horizon is the recent Facebook interview with ABC News’ Elizabeth Vargas who just presented her story about alcoholism. The new twist in the Vargas story is that apparently there is new found evidence that links ANXIETY with ADDICTION or even alcoholism. That would be a cool film topic.

    By the way, regarding the Golden Gate Bridge, I actually fear bridges since my first episode in 2005 at age 42; so, thus, I now avoid walking over bridges and skirting high lookout points entirely, because I fear I might have a random MANIC thought to take a leap.

    Heard you came to Minnesota last November 20, but missed the event. But I look forward to watching your entire movie, and maybe hearing one of your songs. In some under the radar way I think you are making a difference in some people’s lives, maybe in a big way. — Bp

  2. Where can I buy this movie?

    • Thank you very much for your interest in this movie. At this time it is not available for purchase, but can be licensed by organizations for public or private screenings via our Host A Screening link. There are plans to develop a release version of the film in 2017, but no timeline has been established.

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