#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – NOT CAROL examines the scourge of postpartum psychosis through the tragic prism of the Carol Coronado murder case. In a judicial system riddled with archaic laws and chronic misunderstanding, Carol’s story shines a light on a public health epidemic that is enormous in scale and no one is talking about.
Plot: NOT CAROL examines the scourge of postpartum psychosis through the tragic prism of the Carol Coronado murder case. In a judicial system riddled with archaic laws and chronic misunderstanding, Carol’s story shines a light on a public health epidemic that is enormous in scale and no one is talking about.
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Excellent documentary about something not discussed enough
I do not blame Carol, of course I don’t. I am not one to ever write anything negative about anybody. I am from Los Angeles originally myself, my father is Mexican from East LA. But I just need to say this: Rudy, the father of these three girls clearly meant well as a provider, etc… But I couldn’t stand listening to him talk because he just spoke in slogans? What was he even talking about? He clearly does not have a very well developed brain in my opinion. I just found him to be repulsively self centered. He just seemed completely far removed from reality of what was going on and just reality in general. This guy just seems very simplistic, not a big thinker. And why does he have to talk with that wannabe cholo accent? I can’t stand it I grew up there my whole life but now that I’ve been in New York for 24 years when I hear it it sounds so unoriginal. It makes these men sound like their thoughts are not original even if they may be. Our Something about this intonation that they use that at one time I thought was so cool and strong , it’s like think for yourself! Be who you are! Have some original thoughts and express them because you clearly speak perfect English it’s not like I’m picking on someone who doesn’t have a full grasp of the language. I would never do that. I feel terrible for him don’t get me wrong but I think he could have prevented this if he had opened his eyes a little bit and clearly from what everyone said about Carol she was not someone to start an argument, she was quiet she was reserved she wasn’t going to say hey help me out Rudy! And what is it they said that he was mad if the babies would wake him up? What the hell because it was going to make him tired for his big day at the swap meet selling his Auto parts supplies? It’s just annoying that he was not more helpful and I think that it would not have happened if he had been a little bit of a deeper person with more of a realization about the state of being that other people are in, especially his own wife.! All in all I do feel terrible for the entire family and these things are so horrible and I feel terrible for Carol because she’s the one who’s going to have to live with that memory and how will she ever forgive herself? The one thing I can say about Rudy is he does not seem to be blaming her nor does he seem like he is mean/angry. So that’s a positive thing. I don’t know Carol but I would have been very frustrated if I were Carol, with a husband that just spoke in slogans like that without sounding like he had any real meaning behind what he was saying. Aside from postpartum psychosis oh, a man like that would make you feel lonely and like you didn’t have any support. Of course this is just my opinion.
Propaganda Lacking Teeth
So many failures by so many people who could have prevented this horrific crime, who have now found a convenient scapegoat in postpartum psychosis, and not being held accountable for their utter failure to act.
Her mother, her siblings, her friends, and ultimately her husband all had innumerable chances to intervene yet have the audacity to claim ignorance AS A DEFENSE. Regardless whether you’ve ever heard a single word in reference to PPP (highly unlikely)- if you know factually that events have transpired that are detrimental to the normal behavior of a woman suffering from extreme exhaustion (which she stated countless times) socioeconomic struggles to the point of oppression, (also stated and easily witnessed as they were living in a single room garage conversion with 3 children under 3) a husband with absolutely abominable views (her family confess to telling her countless times she needs to make him help her) among other issues, and it’s a catastrophic failure of immeasurable proportions.
Now coupled with an absolutely incompetent defense attorney (seriously? A bench trial? What moron thinks this a legitimate strategy with good outcomes?) who doesn’t consider serious discussions with the prosecution and the state regarding your case to settle this without needing to go to trial?
I fully understand the seriousness with which this psychosis affects a mother and the danger it can place her and her children in; having a sister-in law suffer this- she told my wife and my sister of her ideations and they informed me and we got her immediate help. Any physician will immediately react effectively to assist a mother suffering even slight symptoms to ensure family safety. What this film does is give a sort of plausible deniability to those who failed this woman, and more importantly, three innocent children from a slaughter.
Some states do offer other options aside from innocent by way of mental illness; what the problem here is, a filmmaker with zero interest in looking outside of CA, along with legal professionals who absolutely know better but recklessly make untrue statements, because that destroys the narrative. While I would tend to agree that our legal system is woefully lacking where mental faculties are concerned, there are other options. However, expecting ELECTED officials to pass laws that basically give a ‘pass’ to someone who murders their child(ren) and they’re not getting re-elected. For lack of a better phrase, enacting such a law would be political suicide for an elected official that likely wants a lifetime position.
Postpartum depression and psychosis are debilitating and incredibly dangerous, but what’s most troubling regarding this case is the ultimate failure of so many people to make a difference that likely saves these girls. I find it disgusting that for 20 minutes we’re subjected to fluff regarding Carol’s character with zero references to her suffering, but later we hear countless examples of her slow drip of her fleeting sanity from people who had the power to make a difference and failed her at every turn. If nothing else, her husband WHOEAS THERE BUT TOO BUSY WORKING ON HIS CAR TO BOTHER WITH HIS FAMILY but pestered her mother to come and ‘deal’ with her daughter losing her mind, to find her murdered grandchildren while he was there.
What a sad commentary that changes nothing.
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Director Eamon Harrington, John Watkin
Country United States
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