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On Tuesday, March 12, the Dr. Phil show contacted me in regards to sharing my story on another Parental Alienation show that they are producing. I am excited at the idea that they felt this issue relevant enough to do another show on it. We are at the cusp of change in regards to this issue. Right now is the time to take action and to commit to sharing our stories and be heard.
Parental Alienation Documentary:
Below you will find a trailer that I found for a Portuguese documentary addressing Parental Alienation. I included the translated Youtube description below. I am trying to find the movie for translation or even a version that has English subtitles but I have not received a response form their website.
The name of the documentary is:
A Morte Inventada: Alienacao Parental
(Invented Death: Parental Alienation).
The documentary also goes by the name: Fading Away.
A Previous Dr. Phil Show on PA
A Morte Inventada: Alienação Parental
(Invented Death: Parental Alienation)
Fading AwayA Brazilian Documentary About Parental Alienation
By Patricia Ribeiro, About.com Guide
Fading Away could well be one of the most urgently needed documentaries in the history of Brazilian film. The long feature documentary about parental alienation by Caraminhola Productions, directed by Alan Minas, was released in Brazil on April 1, 2009. In Brazil, April 1 is called the Day of Lies.
"We chose that date to create an association with the lies alienator parents create to destroy the image of the other parent before their child," said producer Daniela Vitorino.
The movie fills a void in Brazil, where in-depth publications about parental alienation are still scarce and related video footage is mostly brief and in a journalistic format.
In Portuguese, Fading Away is called A Morte Inventada, or "The Made-Up Death". The movie highlights how alienator parents strive to ultimately kill the image of the other parent through lies, manipulation and brainwash.
"We hope this movie can contribute to awaken in all society, and particulary in those who are directly involved in the issue, a new attitude towards this chaotic situation," says producer Daniela Vitorino. "We can't let many generations pass before we change the sad reality of parental alienation."
Breaking the SilenceThe film reveals the dramatic stories of parents and children who were victims of parental alienation due to marital separation. Parents share their feelings as they tell of years of separation, missed birthdays, and frustrated attempts to stay in touch with their children.
One of the greatest merits of Fading Away is in how it's given child victims of parental alienation, now grown, the chance to share, with evident grief, their journey of realization of what they were forced to endure.
Their tales of abuse include being snatched away from home so the alienated parent couldn't find them; being told endless lies; and being drawn into a war of loyalties. They share their view of how parental alienation affected their history and relationships with others, especially the alienated parent.
Another important contribution is given by psychologists and social service and legal professionals, who expand on the causes of parental alienation and discuss possible solutions.
To view trailers, click on the TV icon on the Fading Away website.
Movie Sessions with DebatesThe Fading Away release project involves movie sessions followed by debates in several Brazil cities – Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Corumbá, Santos, Niterói and more. For upcoming events, you can click on the clock icon on the Fading Away website.
Where to Find Fading AwayThe DVD, non-regionalized and with English subtitles, was released in Brazil at the end of June and can be purchased directly from several Brazilian online stores (on the Fading Away homepage, click on the clock for information).
International distribution of the film for festivals, cinema, home video and TV is currently under negotiation.
Movies on PA
Victims of Another War: The Aftermath of Parental Alienation-- Michael York (Actor), Glenn Gebhard (Director)
PA in the Movies
Director: David O. Russell
Stars: Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, Amy Adams
The scene where Mark Wahlberg's character goes to his ex-wife's house to see his daughter Kasey.
Director: Pierre Morel
Stars: Liam Neeson, Maggie Grace, Famke Janssen
Watch the first 20 minutes and just count the number of alienating behaviors the mother commits.
Writer/Director: Shelli Ryan
Stars: Brooke Bloom, Sean Bridgers
This movie can be said to be about Parental Alienation
Listen to Dennis Prager talk about how it should be.