No Letting Go (2015)

TV-PG   |    |  Drama

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What would you do to save your child? A young teenager struggles with a debilitating mental illness as his mom risks everything to save him without losing the rest of her family.

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  • Jonathan Bucari on the set of No Letting Go.
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  • Gabriel Rush and Jessica Mellow at the NYC Premiere of NO LETTING GO
  • Director Jonathan Bucari and Actress Cheryl Allison at the 2015 Long Beach International Film Festival.
  • LA premiere of "No Letting Go." Julian Murdoch with Cheryl Allison
  • Gabriel with Neal Huff at NYC Premiere of NO LETTING GO

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16 July 2017 | questoverhorses
| A mother's struggle to help her son cope with his mental illness, without losing the rest of her family in the process.
This film does a tremendous job showing what raising a child with mental illness really is like. It is a film I recommend to ALL families and its hopeful message needs to be shared by everyone. It is based on a true story, but anyone can identify with some role in the film, whether it is the child, the parents, the siblings, the therapists, the friends, the doctors, the teachers or the neighbors. Since 50 percent of all lifetime cases of mental illness appears before the age of 14, not enough is being done to identify, diagnose and help these children and their families. I love when actress Kathy Najimy (as the therapist) says, "Y'all can"t do this alone, it is a family effort". Hopefully the film can help open the door to early intervention, so that mental health becomes regarded as important as physical health! All the actor performances were incredibly realistic, and a special mention to Cheryl Allison as the mom, Noah Silverman as Timothy 14 and David Schallipp as Timothy at 10.

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