Season 21 Episode 13 | 1h 25m 45s
Shot over the course of five years, Bedlam examines the mental health crisis through intimate stories of those people who are in-and-out of overwhelmed and under-resourced psych emergency rooms, jails and homeless camps in Los Angeles, while psychiatrist and filmmaker Dr. Ken Rosenberg also searches for answers to his own late sister’s mental illness.
Aired: 10/01/20 | Expired: 03/02/21 |
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Jails for Mental Illness | Bedlam
Clip: S21 Ep13 | 1m 44s
Trailer | Bedlam
Preview: S21 Ep13 | 30s
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