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The Monster Inside Me

USA 2022
produced by
Frances C. Martinez, Tony C. Silva, Ryan Ryker Martin (executive) for Bosch Films, Kreate Productions
directed by Tony C. Silva
starring Frances Cecilia, Tony C. Silva, Elena Ayala-Zajac, Rob Zajac, Brandon Lacrosse, Sharon Lacrosse, Ken Mitchell, Shayna Mitchell, Saryna Mitchell, Corrine DiGiaimo, E. Evans Learned, Nan Learned, Michelle Jaure, Ramon Hodridge, Sandy Hrycenko, Austin Hrycenko, Sue Gray-Weimann, Saamya Zeleznikar, Bren Alarie, Laurie Ann Mitchell, Holly Christian, Mindy Haber, Sophie Haber, Richard Horowitz, Robert Bransfield, Lori Dennis, Marjo Valonen, Rami Valonen, Dino Prato, William Lee Cowden, Vicki Petsy, Aaron Williams, Dawn Gouge, Holly Ahern, Joel Mascaro, Lee Horowitz
written by Frances Cecilia, Tony C. Silva, music by Kaeley Pruitt-Hamm


review by
Mike Haberfelner

Shortly after Frances Cecila and documentary filmmaker Tony C. Silva start dating, she's diagnosed with Lyme Disease, an as of yet underexplored condition that can be seen as the root of many other sicknesses and that affects not only the body but also the mind - and a disease the US-American CDC remains weirdly elusive about. And exactly that is the motivation for Tony and Frances to start making a documentary about it, a documentary that not only deals with their personal handling of Frances's condition, and inverviewing others who have fallen prey to Lyme, but also explore why not more is done to prevent the wide spread of the disease ...


Now I'll freely admit, before watching this movie, I knew next to nothing about Lyme Disease, and what I've learned from the film wasn't exactly uplifting - and yet one can only commend the movie for keeping a positive tone throughout, ending on a positive note, and instead of just shocking celebrating all the wins, little as they may be, of its protagonists and interviewees. And a directorial effort that goes for more than just talking heads, and at points even strategically places scenes of vintage horror movies keeps things lively and further keeps the drag the topic suggests out of things, but this way catches the attention of the audience much better, making this a pretty good documentary - even if the subject matter itself doesn't at all catch you.


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