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“We’re not from here, you and me,” Marco in Touched With Fire.

Touched With Fire felt like an extremely personal story told on screen, which makes sense knowing now that writer and director Paul Dalio based the film on his own struggles with bipolar disorder. 399 more words

Cinema

TOUCHED WITH FIRE (2016)

 Greetings again from the darkness. We all have good days and bad. Sometimes we energetically leap from bed, while other days we barely muster the energy to push off the covers. 476 more words

Drama

Touched with Fire tells a love story rooted in bipolar disorder, creativity and reality's imperfections

We’ve all seen situations where two people make each other miserable or happy, who seem perfect or perfectly wrong for each other. But what if that were literally, even clinically the case? 397 more words

Arts

‘Touched With Fire’ is an artistically profound and passionate love story

Paul Dalio has arrived with his first feature film and has definitely made his presence felt. Inspired loosely by the events of his own life and by a book of the same name, Touched With Fire is a love story about two manic depressive poets whose love is tested due to their illness. 550 more words

Film Reviews

Katie Holmes Talks Supporting First-Time Directors at 'Touched With Fire' Premiere

The New York premiere of Roadside Attractions’ “Touched With Fire” was held at the Walter Reade Theatre at Lincoln Center on Wednesday night, with an after-party across the street at the Lincoln Ristorante. 671 more words

News

Touched with Fire

There is a significant link between mental illness and creativity. The human brain is a fascinating machine and can generate works of art that are profound and utterly beautiful. 625 more words

TCFF 2015 Indies Reviews: Touched With Fire + All the Time in the World + Band of Robbers

With just one day left in Twin Cities Film Fest, and I’m still playing catch up on reviewing the films I’ve seen so far! There’s still a few reviews I haven’t got around to, believe it or not. 1,110 more words

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