Floria Sigismondi highlights America's prescription drug problem

This is a coming-of-age story about a young boy growing up in the nineties, submitting to a world of prescription drugs, and losing himself in the storm of adolescence. Postmortem Bliss was director Floria Sigismondi’s first foray into short-form filmmaking back in 2006. It is also is an adaptation of a book of the same name written by her husband, Lawrence Rothman, who describes his teenage years in which he was diagnosed with ADHD and became addicted to antidepressants…

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