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When Harvard Ph.D. student Jennifer Brea is struck down by a fever that leaves her bedridden, she sets out on a virtual journey to document her story as she fights a disease that medicine forgot.
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Eye for Film
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October 10, 2017

This isn't just a film to inform those who are lucky enough to know very little about ME, it also serves as a love letter of understanding for those who have it and a call to arms for everyone.
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RogerEbert.com
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September 22, 2017

This is jaw-dropping stuff, made more profoundly disturbing by the fact that so little is known about the disease.
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New York Times
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September 21, 2017

It powerfully insists on giving a voice to victims whose greatest challenge, apart from their symptoms, is surmounting a world of indifference.
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Los Angeles Times
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October 02, 2017

It's a film that's remarkably intimate, deeply edifying and a stirring call to action.
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indieWire
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January 27, 2017

The movie delivers a striking degree of emotional authenticity with its home footage, allowing it to become more about its central couple's resilience than the hardships that tests their bond.
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Compuserve
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September 16, 2017

Brea offers a surprisingly energetic look at chronic fatigue syndrome, which has derailed her life.
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Georgia Straight
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May 05, 2017

The film is both a chronicle of how the illness devastates lives (as Brea puts it, it was as if she died but was forced to watch the world move on) and a cold-case mystery.
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SF Weekly
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September 28, 2017

Brea shot much of the film on her iPhone, which often gives it the tone of a found-footage horror film. Making it all the more horrifying is the fact that not only is it real, but it's while Brea is unable to stand up or often even move beyond crawling.
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San Francisco Examiner
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September 29, 2017

As often happens with video diaries, the film is limited in scope. But it is still an engrossing and important documentary that convincingly demonstrates that ME is real and gives voice to people whose homebound condition makes them largely invisible.
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Austin American-Statesman
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March 13, 2017

Fraught with honesty, Unrest gives us a raw and up-close look at how a chronic illness can impact a relationship.
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Chicago Reader
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September 28, 2017

Director Jennifer Brea has ME herself, and she structures the film around footage from her own video diaries; these excerpts personalize the medical lesson and give the film an emotional core.
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Hollywood Reporter
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January 24, 2017

Using her own experience with the syndrome as a springboard, Brea offers an affecting film that, when made available on video, will be embraced by the millions suffering CFS worldwide.
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