Dark Side of the Full Moon
Director: Maureen Fura Run Time: 72 min. Release Year: 2014
Together, Maureen and Jennifer begin a life-changing journey, documenting their common story with women from around the country, Maureen looking to the past, asking why this happened, and Jennifer looking to the future, wanting to find a system that protects mothers from this happening again. The film highlights inconsistencies of care, questioning the system and doctors, asking who should be held accountable for the staggering number of women still suffering in silence, facing barriers to treatment, where professionals and the general public’s lack of knowledge when mixed with fear can create fatal consequences.
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This film is triggering and should not be watched by anyone who is currently suffering and/or recovering from a maternal mental health complication.
Presented by Postpartum Resource Center of the Triad