Psychotherapy Day is held on October 10 every year. To celebrate this occasion, the Tyrolean State Association for Psychotherapy, in cooperation with Leukino, is organizing a cinema evening followed by an audience discussion.
Innsbruck. On October 10, it will be held LyukinoAs part of the annual Mental Health or Psychiatry Day, a special film evening will be held followed by a public discussion. The film “Rose – An Unforgettable Journey to Paris” by Danish director Nils Arden Oplev is screened.
Rose – An unforgettable trip to Paris
Autumn 1997: A bus tour group on its way from Northern Denmark to Paris. Sisters Inger and Elin are also on the overall trip. When Inger confesses her psychological problems to the tour group, she receives pity, but also outright hostility. When she arrives in Paris, it soon becomes clear that Inger is pursuing a secret goal in her journey. Soon the entire tour group is involved in their search, which leads them to the door of the lost love’s apartment. It turns out that Enger has a lot more going for him than initially expected.
About director Nils Arden Oplev
Niels Arden Oplev participated in 13 films and eight series as director, screenwriter and producer. He was born on March 26, 1961 in Denmark. In the small village where he went to school, he met the famous children’s book author Ule Lund Kierkegaard. After five years, he moved to a school where the tone was more disciplined. He addressed these experiences in his subsequent film, “The Dream,” which tells the story of a student and his battle against his dictatorial teacher, for which he was awarded the Crystal Bear in 2006.
Since 1987, Oplev has attended the Danish Film School and directed several short films, including a documentary. Finally, Niels Arden Oplev made his film debut with “Portland”, which was shown at the 46th Berlin International Film Festival, where he was nominated for the Golden Bear, but had to admit defeat to Ang Lee’s film “Sense and Sensibility”, Niels Arden Oplev. The first part of the Millennium Trilogy was directed by Stieg Larsson, with Noomi Rapace and Michael Nyqvist in Verblinden’s lead roles. The film won several awards, including the BAFTA Award for Best Non-English Language Film and the Satellite Award for Best Foreign Language Film. .
World Mental Health Day
World Mental Health Day, also known as World Mental Health Day, is held on October 10. It was launched in 1992 by the World Federation for Mental Health with support from the World Health Organization. Mental disorders are widespread. According to a study conducted by the World Health Organization, one in four visitors to doctors around the world suffers from it. German studies talk about about 8 million Germans suffering from mental disorders that require treatment. However, most of them will subside after some time. Mental disorders are among the most common reasons for consultation in general medical practices. This text was taken from www.kleine-kalender.de.
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