Maybe I dont belong here: David Harewood
When David Harewood was twenty-three, and his acting career beginning to take flight, he had what he now understands to be a psychotic breakdown. He was sectioned under the Mental Health Act, physically restrained by six police officers, sedated, hospitalized and transferred to a locked ward. Only now, thirty years later, has he been able to process what he went through. In this powerful and provocative account of life after psychosis, he uncovers his devastating family history and investigates the very real impact of racism on Black mental health.