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FMTV - Dead Wrong

Dead Wrong

Runtime: 87m 36s | Release date: 2010

From the makers of the award-winning documentaries Making a Killing: The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging and The Marketing of Madness: Are We All Insane, comes a searing new documentary, exposing how devastating—and deadly—psychiatric drugs can be for children and families.

Behind the grim statistics of deaths, suicides, birth defects and serious adverse reactions is the human face of this global drugging epidemic—the personal stories of loss and courage of those who paid the real price.

Psychiatrists claim their drugs are safe for children?

Once you hear what eight brave mothers, their families, health experts, drug counselors and doctors have to say instead, you will come away convinced of one thing… Psychiatrists are DEAD WRONG.



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Jessica Melnikel | 5 months ago
This is now the fifth documentary on FMTV that I have seen to be made by the Church of Scientology or one of their front groups: the Citizens Commission on Human Rights. While FMTV may not be affiliated with Scientology, and while these documentaries may have aspects of truth to them and good points- I thought I should say something. Take what they say with a grain of salt, just like the Psychiatric industry has conflicts of interest, so does the Church of Scientology. They want to demonize the psychiatric industry so that they can sell more of their auditing "services" that they advertise as an alternative to Psychiatric medicine. They are a dangerous and abusive cult with rampant child sexual abuse and very damaging practices. If you watch their other propaganda that they show to their members about all the people they have helped, I would be highly suspect of their ability to make reliable and well-researched documentaries that are grounded in facts. Just be aware of the source of these "unbiased" films.
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Courtney Dunn | 1 year, 11 months ago
I found this documentary incredibly moving and thought provoking. Their pain is intense and real and those children's deaths were avoidable which upsets me so much. The amount of misinformation and number of uninformed patients is criminal.

I felt sick thinking about what could have happened to me as I had been on Lexapro and Effexor at different times in my early twenties (now 27 and drug free). It made me feel worse and took me to very dark places.

Thank goodness I got off those poisons. It took me to go off them cold turkey and be in bed with terrible withdrawals.

Doctors just give everyone drugs now as they do not have the mental health infrastructure to provide alternative treatments. Plus, pharmaceutical companies only make money from the 'bandaids' and not the cure.

I'm grateful I was able to take control of my own health and happiness, realised something was very wrong before it was too late and am not another statistic.

My heart breaks for those who are too sick to do that.
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cris ledger | 2 years, 1 month ago
My sincerest condolences to the ladies in this documentaries that lost so much. Amazing documentary. I would have like to have seen the presenter go back to the orginal psychiatrists that prescribed these medications to all these families and challenge these practitioners on the findings that she made.Would also like to have seen if these professionals would have taken any accountability for the death of these children.
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Donna Brenner | 2 years, 5 months ago
when I was in high school, I went to the doctor for a regular visit. She asked me if I was stressed. I told her that I had some stuff with school that was making me a little stressed and she tried to put me on anti-depressants. My mom was with me and refused to put me on the meds. I agreed that I didn't need them. The doctor basically told my mom that she was a bad parent if she didn't help me by giving me the meds i needed (which I didn't want). My mom ignored her and we found a new doctor. I'm so glad.
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Melissa Duque | 2 years, 10 months ago
Loved this film, and will be sharing it with a dear friend of mine who I have seen struggle with her ADHD diagnosed son.
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Janina Quinn | 2 years, 11 months ago
This doco really hit a nerve with me. We lost our 20 yo beautiful daughter 2 months ago. She was on prozac for the last 3 years and in the last year didn't spend much time with her family. She managed to become a nurse and worked in palliative care but I did have the feeling that she was misdiagnosed but we WRONGLY put so much faith in the doctors and psychiatrists.
I feel so, so mad when the news they bang on about the road toll when the suicide toll in Australia is double!
We must talk more about suicide!
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kirsten bruni | 2 years, 11 months ago
i would love to know what adhd drugs the girl who died was on. i hate giving them to my son, i feel bad every day but feel helpless as the school want him on them?!
I dont know what else to do and would love to find an alternative treatment that does not cost the earth
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Natalie | 2 years, 11 months ago
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Mary Beth Thakar | 3 years ago
This film is made by the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, an entity of the church of Scientology.
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Galyna | 3 years, 4 months ago
Brilliant ! Thank you !! Thank you !! Thank you !!

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