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Malky Weingarten

Hush Hush (Video)

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FOR WOMEN & GIRLS ONLY

From the producers of the best film series award Mali & Miz T's Angels, Hello, Tomorrow:

Hush Hush - Should all secrets be kept?

Runtime 2.2 hours
Plus Exciting Bonus Features!
• Behind the scenes and bloopers
• Auditions
• "Behing this" the full song
• Chazkeinu org. the stigma stops here

A closer look at mental health that will bring tears, laughter and awareness.

A Malky Weingarten Production - For Women and Girls ages 15+

When two sisters (Mimi Friedman and Avigail Steinmetz) realize that there's something unusualabout the way their mother (Tamar Garnick) is acting, they disagree on whether or not to get her help. As
the situation goes from bad to worse, they turn to Shiny (Malky Weingarten) for advice. Ultimately, the girls are forced to make a difficult choice.

Let's break the stigma. Let's talk about it.

 

 
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02/07/2022
rikki
United States United States

A MUST WATCH

As usual an amazing film, well acted.As soon as it came out we bought it. Thank you so much for the great entertainment.

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02/04/2022
Armchair P.
United States United States

Not necessarily schizophrenic either.

Anonymous says the character's schizophrenic, not depressed. While Anonymous's depression may be of the more typical type, there is such a thing as major depressive disorder with psychotic features. I think this is the intended diagnosis in the film. There are also several other disorders that can cause psychosis.

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02/02/2022
Sara
United States United States

Getting help does NOT mean the whole world will know!!

It seems that the purpose of this video is to help destroy stigma in regards to mental health disorders, but I think does the opposite. Throughout the video it seemed to be that if a person gets help then that means that they are making their mental health issue public. This is so not the case. Therapy is private, medication is private - an no one has to know that you are getting help. Someone who gets the help they need will keep thier illness under control, and therefore will keep it the most private. It is people who don't get help, like Zehava in the beginning that people start to feel that something is off. Going for help means keeping it private not the other way around. Please get the help you need, and know your mental health will stay completely private!

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01/30/2022
Sally
United States United States

Not good!!! Actors are very good but the Actual story is not !!! I was hoping it would be better

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01/27/2022
Anonymous
United States United States

Schizophrenic, NOT Depressed

I heard about this video, and decided I had to watch it, because I have been diagnosed with severe depression, and was curious to see how it was portrayed in the video. It was interesting to see that the mother who had 'depression', was actually showing many symptoms of schizophrenia, in addition to depression. People who are depressed don't just hear and see things that aren't there. The paranoia is also a sign of schizophrenia, and not depression. The sadness and confusion signals depression, but she definitely had schizophrenia. I loved the video, and it definitely provided lots of comedy relief. Thank you Malky!!

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