2016, 05:24 minutes, Colour, English
REPEAT is a short film showing the methods used in neural therapy programs to stimulate the brain after a traumatic event. In the filmmaker's case it was a stroke that left him with damage to the right side of his body. Neuralplasticity research has shown that with repetitive movement, the brain will replace damaged neural pathways with new ones thus reestablish motor neural channels to help in walking, hand movement, arm movement. REPEAT is an artistic interpretation of these exercises that the filmmaker did to regain his own movements.
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