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The Wall, Psychoanalysis Put to the Test For Autism

The Wall, Psychoanalysis Put to the Test For Autism

A Short film by Sophie Robert

Produced by Océan Invisible Productions

Production year : 2011

    Synopsis

    The Wall exposes the psychoanalytical point of view on autism, from the mouth of ten psychoanalysts and a pediatrician of Lacanian orientation. For the first time, psychoanalysts describe their theories and their practices in a clear language, accessible to the laymen. In front of Sophie Robert's camera, they thoroughly explain their inner convictions on the causes of autism: a psychosis inferred by a bad maternal relationship, a therapeutic nihilism.

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    Production and distribution

    Executive Producer :

    Océan Invisible Productions

    About

    Other sub-titled versions: Hebrew, Dutchman, Dane, Russian

    Photos (2)

    Full credits (7)

    Executive Producer :

    Sophie Robert

    Director of Photography :

    Jérémy Lepelley

    Editors :

    Jonathan Rio, Peterson Almeida

    Sound Mixer :

    Laurent Rodier

    Screenwriter :

    Sophie Robert

    Production manager :

    Sophie Robert

    Music Composer :

    Marc Bour

    Technical details

    Short film

    Genres :

    Documentary

    Sub-genre :

    Research - Experimental

    Themes :

    Psychology/psychoanalysis, Handicap, Society

    Production language :

    French

    Production country :

    France

    Original French-language productions :

    Unknown

    Nationality :

    100% French (France)

    Production year :

    2011

    Runtime :

    51 min 15 seconds

    Visa number :

    139.656

    Visa issue date :

    03/06/2014

    Production formats :

    - HD

    Color type :

    Color

    Aspect ratio :

    16/9

    Audio format :

    Stereo

    Rating restrictions :

    None