Out of My Head

Directed by Susanna Styron

77 Min | English | USA | 2017 | Doc | Family, History, Science, Women
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Producer: Jacki Ochs

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Thursday Mar 8 | 19:15 | JCC Rockland at Regal Nanuet Stadium 12
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Sunday Mar 11 | 14:00 | Museum of the Moving Image
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Sunday Mar 11 | 20:30 | Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan
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Full Synopsis

Investigating the devastating migraines that frequently debilitated Styron’s daughter, the film exposes the reality behind what most people think of as simply a bad headache. In fact, migraine remains a mysterious and stigmatized neurological disease afflicting nearly a billion people worldwide. Features author Joan Didion reading from her legendary essay “In Bed.”

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