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Vortex: A Searingly Honest Account of Old Age and Dementia


  Vortex is a visual experiment, and perhaps also the most human in the history of cinema. There are no lengthy scenes of violence. There are no harrowing psychotic episodes. There’s not a sign of blood. Nevertheless, it’s devastating. In reality, none of us would want to play the starring role in Noé’s account of insanity. Indeed, Vortex is a long way from movies like The Notebook or Amour. The latter is also a tough movie, but it portrays reassuring ties between the elderly. On the contrary, Vortex portrays dementia as a harsh world that sufferers live in but that…

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Chantal Maille
Praticien en Psychothérapie - Psychanalyste, Coaching conjugal & Sophrologie

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