Louis Theroux, Extreme LoveHD
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Looking after someone whose mind works in a way that is utterly different to your own demands extraordinary resourcefulness and commitment. In this 2 part series, Louis Theroux looks at the trials, tribulations and rewards of caring for someone with a serious mental condition.
|1||HDVideoAutism||Louis Theroux visits one of the best schools in America for autism. He meets the students and their families to get a glimpse of what life is like for them and to experience the pleasures and the strains of one of the most extraordinary kinds of relationship.||58:36||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|2||HDVideoDementia||Louis Theroux travels to Phoenix, Arizona - the capital of dementia care. He spends time at Beatitudes, a residential institution, and also with those looking after loved ones at home to try to understand the struggle of living in a world of encroaching shadows - and of keeping relationships alive in circumstances that can be among the strangest and most challenging imaginable.||59:00||£2.49||View in iTunes|
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I have always been a fan of Louis, but this….well this simply put over shadows everything he's ever done. Thank you Louis for bringing this education into my home and opening my heart to a topic I still have to admit I just don't understand.
On the flip side iTunes, I beg of you to quit with the false advertising. This shouldn't be sold as a series pass. People who don't Iive in the UK may think that there are additional episodes to come but you know and i know here aren't.
These two episodes are it! There are no future episodes people.
Louis Theroux is a wonderful film maker/documentarian his work is always superb and he's not afraid to ask the difficult questions and being involved as much as he can with the people he meets I've watched many of Louis Theroux documentaries and I've always felt that I've come away knowing much more then I did before. In closing I recommend anything Louis does everyone of his documentaries are fantastic and worth the watch!
great value good awarness and great programme and also a awsome man