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A Filmmaker Reflects on What It Took to Pull Himself Out of Depression

Feb 18, 2014 | 134-part series
Video by Joris Debeij

Eliot Rausch, director of Last Minutes With ODEN, opens up about his struggles with depression. The Escape Artist is part of the I Am Los Angeles documentary portrait series. The film is directed by Joris Debeij and features an original composition from Milad Nabiaalah.

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