With courage and, of course, humor, master impressionist, comedian, and Saturday Night Live veteran Darrell Hammond reveals his dark history of child abuse. Brilliant in the spotlight, he was misdiagnosed and wrongly medicated for decades, repressing childhood trauma and struggling with drugs, alcohol, and nightmarish flashbacks. This moving portrait artfully crafts an inspiring story of hope and resilience. Official selection: DOC NYC "Hammond's hero's journey of helping others is now well underway – a sign of his hard-won and ongoing healing." – Psychology Today
Venue: IFC Center
323 6th Ave
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