Sight (2000) 2000 (June)
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The main theme of the program: "Remember All", about people with strange memory loss histories.
Material of A.Efimova.
Own investigation of the program "Vzglyad".
The first story.
Vladimir Nadrin from Zavodoukovsk, Tyumen region.
The plot of him, how he was lost and how he was found.
Says Alexander Livshits, chief psychiatrist of the Kaluga region.
The second story.
Alexander Voronin from Moscow.
He himself speaks of his "adventures."
Symptoms and diagnosis, almost similar to the first case
Consultation of the best specialists in the field of psychiatry.
About the problem they say:
1. Ada Maksutova, doctor of the clinic of endogenously-organic psychoses.
2. Vyacheslav Kotov, Professor of the Institute.
3. Jury Polishchuk, deputy director of the Institute of Psychiatry.
Fragments from thin. movies:
"People in Black" (USA), "Long Kiss for the Night" (USA), "Witch Doctor" (Poland, The Rich also Cry "(Mexico) and" Kamenskaya.
Do not disturb the executioner "(Russia).
The characters of the two stories had signs and traces of the use of some psychotropic drugs that disconnected consciousness.
The third story.
Pavel Ermakov (Shurik).
The plot is about how he was lost and how he was found.
He was assisted by the doctors of the psychoecology laboratory.
Their work also showed that memory loss is the result of the action of psychotropic drugs.
The fourth story.
He disappeared 4 years ago in Chechnya.
Fragment from the doc. the film "Slave Market" (TV Company VID).
The plot of how she disappeared and how she was found.
The only woman among those who lost memory.
Says Igor Smirnov, director of the Institute of Psychoecology.
The plot with information about everyone, who was talking about in this program.
PersonnelMaksutova Ada, doctor of the clinic of endogenous-organic psychoses
Kotov Vyacheslav, Professor of the Institute.
Polishchuk Yuri, deputy director of the Institute of Psychiatry.
Smirnov Igor, Director of the Institute of Psychoecology
Tyumen Region, Kaluga Region, Moscow Region, Kemerovo Region.