Self-Destructive Mind Analysis

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Self-Destructive Mind Synopsis Our mind is the element of a person that enables them to be aware of the world and their experiences, to think, and to feel; the faculty of consciousness and thought. The use of our mind is the most important part of life, we use it to write, think, feel, remember and so much more. As we get older people tend to say you lose your mind, however for some people this is the case. Alzheimer’s is medically defined as the progressive destruction of your memory and mental functions. This film Self-Destruction Mind explores the seven stages one goes through when experiencing the loss of their mental compacities, and how it effects themselves and those around them. Treatment Title Sequence: Screen of black, with start white writing is shown “Alzheimer’s: the progressive destruction of your memory and mental functions, it effects every three out of ten people over the age of 85” Stage 1: No Impairment The sun begins to rise, the bright sun spreading around the room. The alarm clock blears. A man in bed stirs then stretches. The man sits up and stretches once more. The closet is shown, a hand grabs a shirt and some pants. A shot of the kitchen table sits shown as the man comes into frame, he starts to prepare food. He sits at the table and begins to write a letter which reads “Dear Oliver, I am doing well, I hope you are too”, continues to write as he eats. The phone rings. The man answers, and converses with the other person. Shots of the man
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