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Breakdown

Canada, 1951 (MIFF 1954, Mental Health)

Director: Robert Anderson

An authentic case study of a young woman who develops a schizoid personality. Follows the course of her treatment first in a mental health clinic and later in a state hospital. Concludes with her discharge from this institution to complete her rehabilitation as a member of her family.

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