Directed by Sophie Robinson, Lotje Sodderland. With Sophie Robinson, Lotje Sodderland. MY BEAUTIFUL BROKEN BRAIN is 34 year old Lotje Sodderland's personal voyage into the complexity, fragility and wonder of her own brain following a life changing hemorrhagic stroke. Regaining consciousness to an alien world - Lotje was thrown into a new existence of distorted reality where words held no meaning and where her sensory perception had changed beyond recognition. This a story of ...
My Beautiful Broken Brain is an intensely personal story of a 34 year old woman, Lotje Sodderland, who documented through film her 1-year journey of recovery from hemorrhagic stroke, which resulted in Aphasia.
'I felt as if I had become fear itself': life after a stroke at 34
'I felt as if I had become fear itself': life after a stroke at 34." When film-maker Lotje Sodderland had a severe stroke, she lost the ability to speak, read, write or think coherently. Could she learn to live – and love – with a broken brain?
A David Lynch-produced documentary about Lotje Sodderland is coming to Netflix
NOW PLAYING....wow wow wow. "Total Brain Coherence"... it seems those who discover the journey to transcendence, first encounter an interruption to "mundane routine functioning". Everything around our being; visual cues, routines, sounds, schedules etc...prompt constant processing. Which actually distracts the brain from the process of natural neural development (higher& broader & more integrated thinking: ie creativity). For this we need to maximize quiet & calming...meditation.
My Beautiful Broken Brain Reveals the Traumatic, Triumphant Aftermath of a Brain Hemorrhage
Subhadramati interviews the film's subject and co-director Lotje Sodderland who regularly attends the Buddhist Centre, about her transformed perception and struggles to regain memory, language and meaning after a stroke (20:18 mins)