In There is a Fault in Reality, writer, director and psychotherapist Tom Cotton explores the stories of three people – Jon, Peter and Jacqui, who’ve all battled with the diagnosis of ‘schizophrenia’ in different ways, and with varying outcomes. Through them, we enter a detailed insider’s view of ‘schizophrenia’, which bears little resemblance to what we think we know. As their stories unfold, the voices they hear are revealed to have clear meanings, and to have identities that are anything but ‘mad.’
'A moving and informative film about 'schizophrenia' - real stigma buster.'
Richard Bentall, Award winning author of Madness Explained and Doctoring the Mind
‘This is one of the most important films ever made about psychosis.’
Professor John Read, award winning researcher and co-author of Models of Madness, and Prejudice and Schizophrenia.