“Mind/Game” is a portrait of “the female Michael Jordan,” from her troubled family life to basketball superstardom and a long-hidden battle with mental illness. But even as Holdsclaw begins to embrace her emotional challenges and emerge as an outspoken mental health advocate, she encounters new obstacles to her own recovery. Narrated by Glenn Close.
In English with open captions.
Discussion to follow with Chamique Holdsclaw.
Co-presented with Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Psychiatry Center for Diversity, Bring Change to Mind, National Association for Mental Illness (NAMI) and Roxbury International Film Festival.+ More... - Less...
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