دانلود فیلم Rocks in My Pockets 2014 زبان اصلی، دوبله فارسی و زیرنویس چسبیده بدون سانسور

خلاصه فیلم سنگ در جیب من: لتونی، اواخر دهه 1920. آنا، یک زن جوان، زیبا و تحصیل کرده، عاشق یک کارآفرین پرماجرا، 30 سال ارشد او است. اما با ازدواج، حسادت بزرگی می آید و کارآفرین آنا را در جنگل پنهان می کند، دور از مردان دیگر، جایی که او هشت فرزند دارد. رکود بزرگ آنها را سخت می کند. سپس لتونی با تهاجم شوراها، سپس نازی ها، و سپس شوراها یک بار دیگر، سرکوب می شود. آنا یک ستون قدرت است، از سختی های سخت، بالا بردن جوانان، آموزش اسرار زنده ماندن جنگل ها. اما چیزی درون او وحشتناکی اشتباه است. چند سال بعد، Signe، یک هنرمند جوان، از پدرش می پرسد: "مادربزرگم چگونه میمیرد؟" پدرش تحریک کننده است هفت خواهر و برادر او نیز تحریک کننده است. Signe به شدت مظنون به آن است که آنا خودکشی کرده است. سرنخ های بیماری روانی همیشه از طریق داستان های خانوادگی منتشر شده است. Signe از خود افسردگی رنج می برد. فانتزی های خودکشی خود را به مدت چهار ماه در یک موسسه روانشناسی شوروی دور می کند. سه پسر عموی خود، همه زنان، جنون نبرد نیز هست. آیا یک پیوند بین آنا و چهار نوه وجود دارد؟ از بین بردن ننگ که بسیاری از آنها را خاموش می کند، Signe ما را در سفر عمیق به افسردگی خود می برد، جایی که او به دنبال مقابله با شیاطین خانواده است.

Rocks in My Pockets (2014): Latvia, the late 1920s. Anna, a young woman, pretty and educated, falls in love with an adventurous entrepreneur, 30 years her senior. But with marriage comes great jealousy, and the entrepreneur hides Anna away in the forest, far from other men, where she bears him eight children. The Great Depression hits them hard. Then Latvia is overrun with invasions by the Soviets, then the Nazis, then the Soviets once again. Anna is a pillar of strength, defying the hardships, raising her young, teaching them survival secrets of the forest. But something inside her is terribly wrong. Years later, Signe, a young artist, asks her father, "how did my grandmother die?" Her father is evasive. His seven siblings are evasive, as well. Signe strongly suspects that Anna committed suicide. Clues of mental illness had always leaked through the family stories. Signe suffers from depression herself. Her suicidal fantasies get her locked away for four months in a Soviet mental institute. Three of her cousins, all women, battle madness, as well. Could there be a link between Anna and the four granddaughters? Defying the stigma that silences so many, Signe takes us on a journey deep into her own depression where she looks to confront the family demons.

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Keywords: suicide, latvia, postpartum depression, suicide attempt, family history

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Signe Baumane: I sit at a living room table patiently cutting a sign that says 40 out of coloured cardboard. Her husband is turning 40 and this is a surprise party for him. The sign I'm cutting out is pretty meaningless on the scale of the Solar system. Tomorrow it will be thrown out in the garbage and forgotten but today it connects me with people. As the guests come in I show them where to put their coats and point them to the bar. We chat, we laugh. I move the muscles of the mask that covers my pain, it becomes a face again. The feeling of warmth and love melts a small part of my pain. I am a tiny particle in the bigger body of humanity. Acknowledging it and extending my hand to other people saves me from slashing my wrists with a kitchen knife.

Signe Baumane: I was reading the complete works of Victor Hugo for the second time when my mother opened the door: Don't be rude! Come and greet your visiting relatives. But mom, I am at the most interesting place! Put the book down, the relatives won't be here forever, the book will wait. With a sigh I put the book down and grumpily went to see the relatives. For some reason I saw talking to people as a waste of time, they never seemed to offer the wrapture that a good book did. Nor did they possess an interesting character like the people in the book. Besides, coming from my personal quite to a living room full of relatives was always a shock like entering cold water. But once I was in that water, it soon became warm. The little snippets of gossip, the judgements rendered of the neighbours, there were always some stories to be heard, some characters to examine, I just had to make an effort. An effort my mother made me make. I do feel grateful to her forever for forming a habbit of going out and talking to people because the stories the voices of live people tell you are very different from the stories told by the voices that no one but you hear. Being alive and sane is an everyday effort.