Sunday, June 1, 2014

walk talk dance sing: "the little Hashimoto's film on a mission"

"Incredible. A must-see film about Hashimoto's." - Dana Trentini,

"Oh my, oh my! I just watched it. I cried through most of it. I knew it was going to touch me but never dreamed at what level. Thank you so very much for this project. " - thyroid patient 

"I made this film because it was time to change the story, and to make things better. As a filmmaker, I could not predict how this would affect audiences. It turns out that many have found important information and comfort from this film. Many have also said they have shared it with my family and friends who could not understand this health issue previously, and now have empathy and the ability to offer the necessary support. It really puts things into the proper perspective." - Donna-Lynne Larson, producer/director/writer
This is a 75 minute program so be sure to set aside enough time to watch it. And don't forget to share this film with family, friends and co-workers. 


This raw, real, and artsy docu-drama, made by a Hashimoto's patient, takes a moving look at thyroid disease from the patients' perspective. This informative and provocative film raises public awareness and deepens our understanding, while also setting the stage for a shift towards ending this insidious health epidemic.

We hope you will take away some comfort and validation, ask a new question, and/or gain a meaningful "aha." We encourage all thyroid patients to view this with those they live and work with. It will make a world of difference. Recommended viewing: computer monitor or television screen.

"INCREDIBLE. This is a must-see film about Hashimoto's." - Dana Trentini,

 "Wow. I'm very impressed with the film. It's powerful, it's thought provoking, it has a lot of information and yet it boils down to ME! I think that can be applied to all things in life, eh?! Thanks for your sharing, your teaching, and your expression; I truly feel it helps us all." - non-thyroid patient

"It is absolutely fantastic, is so good I am actually trying to find something to critique. Thanks for putting yourself out there. It is a beautiful message."- health practitioner

 "You did an outstanding job on this project. It will help so many people."- health practitioner
 " don't have to be loud to express how deep the feeling and thoughts go - this is an ocean." - thyroid patient 

A powerful and captivating artistic portrayal of the Hashimoto's journey" -Dr. Wentz,

 "Wow this made me cry! Thank you, I know I'm not alone."- thyroid patient

"Thank you so much for bringing light, not only to Hashimoto's, but to the many women (and men) who have had to live in the isolated shadows caused by ignorance and illness.", Author of "You're Not Crazy and You're Not Alone"

 "Donna-Lynne to you and the rest of the gang -You have done a great job and a great service. The film addresses so many important issues regarding the thyroid. I will get this out to my circle. I know of one friend with Hashimoto's and have a circle of nurses from my past who I hope will want to share this. Wellllllllll done!!!!!" - project supporter

"Thank you for putting together this very interesting, lively, entertaining perspective! ...I felt the humor and the depth of the struggles and the hope of evolving into something new. Bravo! "  - health practitioner

"OMG OMG OMG - every single word and feeling expressed in this documentary I relate to - it is my experience - all of it!!! At first I was amused by the quirky way it is produced, then I caught myself with my mouth hanging open, then I felt mad then sad then pissed off then I had tears rolling down my cheeks and then I felt strength but then so hurt, vulnerable, bewildered, hopeful, then I saw the light and I recognised long lost feelings of MY TRUE SELF. I GOT A GLIMPSE OF MY REAL TRUTH. PLEASE IF YOU HAVE HASHIMOTOS OR YOU LOVE SOMEONE WITH HASHIMOTOS - please please please please please watch this. It goes for an hour but this has been one of the most healing hours of my journey. PEACE." -- Kassandra, thyroid patient

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