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WHO'S AFRAID OF ALICE MILLER?

by Daniel Howald

synopsis

Martin was rejected and treated with coldness by his mother, and beaten and humiliated by his father: a childhood without love. The story sounds like a case study from the book “The Drama of the Gifted Child” by the world-famous Swiss child psychologist Alice Miller. But Martin is her son. After her death, he sets out to discover the drama behind everything: the Shoa, the annihilation of the Jewish people, from which his mother in Poland had barely escaped.

international title: Who's Afraid of Alice Miller?
original title: Who's Afraid of Alice Miller?
country: Switzerland
sales agent: SwissDok GmbH
year: 2020
genre: documentary
directed by: Daniel Howald
film run: 101'
screenplay: Daniel Howald
cinematography by: Gabriel Sandru, Ramon Giger
film editing: Christof Schertenleib
music: Raphael B. Meyer
producer: Frank Matter
production: SwissDok GmbH, SRF - Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen, SRG SSR
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