HomeArticlesAlive Inside Official Trailer 1 (2014) – Alzheimer’s Documentary HD Alive Inside Official Trailer 1 (2014) – Alzheimer’s Documentary HD By Harry Baker October 22, 2019 Articles, Blog 100 Comments Related posts: Haider Official Trailer 1 (2014) – Drama Movie HD Pass the Light Official Trailer 1 (2015) – Drama Movie HD The Beauty Inside Official US Release Trailer (2015) – Korean Romantic Drama HD Belle Official Trailer #1 (2013) – Tom Felton, Matthew Goode Drama HD Tags:2014, alive inside, alive inside trailer, alive Inside: A Story Of Music & Memory, alzheimer's, doc, documentary, film festival, hd, Independent, indie, jslewis, memory, memory loss, Michael Rossato-Bennett, Movie Clips, Movieclips, movieclipsdotcom, movieclipstrailers, music, music & memory, new trailers, news, nursing home, official, trailer, trailers, trailers HD, zefr Related Posts Brand New Japanese House Tour PAPERS, PLEASE – The Short Film (2018) 4K SUBS In Business: Blackduck Theater Set To Re-Open Soon About Author admin 100 Comments Alan Johnson November 29, 2014 AMEN Reply Lindsee Kennerly December 4, 2014 My grandma had Alzheimer's and she passed away in February. I only wish I would've seen this documentary before she died. I will definitely be passing this message along. Reply Agus Gutierrez December 4, 2014 1:30 my heart just broke Reply Heather Squirrel December 4, 2014 Lovely Reply kat medina December 5, 2014 Music is really powerful. I work at the aged sector and dementia hospital, it is hard communicating with them especially those who are bed bound. I started singing to them while feeding and giving cares to them and I was really amazed how they hum back to the tune that i was singing to them. And cares and feeding becomes easier. And when their eyes open and look at you, it is so fulfilling. 🙂 Reply Cat McNichol December 8, 2014 "There is no pill that does that…" Gain an effing clue, Big Pharma and Big AMA. Damn, you're obtusely greedy. Reply Peter Noppen December 8, 2014 This brought me to tears. Just add a little Music and watch a Miracle unfold…. Reply cmccl915 December 13, 2014 I visit a 47 yrs old woman who has Alzheimer's she loves music. She is now in fetal position and on a feeding tube. She still dances moving her shoulders and hums. Reply Cesar Andres December 17, 2014 i just watch the film and let me tell you , its Awsome ! Reply Mike Allen December 25, 2014 Deep. The power of music Reply Bret Helm's Life On This Planet Blog January 18, 2015 Beautiful. Reply The Senior List January 22, 2015 🙂 Reply James Schumacher January 23, 2015 Might have been asked before, what is the music toward the middle of the trailer? Anybody know? Reply Laurna Tallman January 26, 2015 Music alters the strength of the tiny muscles in the middle ear to allow more sound to be transmitted to the left (most important in dementia and other cognitive disorders) and right (vital to improve depression) halves of the brain. The right ear controls all states of consciousness from waking to sleeping and everything in between. Mental illness is slow speeds of integration and weak left-brain dominance. Check out my publications in which I explain how I healed our son's schizophrenia. Reply Derek Pennington February 5, 2015 This documentary is fantastic Reply Velma Williams February 6, 2015 wow Reply Jo Lisa Dukarić February 7, 2015 Excellent doco, although I was a bit concerned about the bit which seemed to condemn the government-funded nursing homes. To me, this came across as an attack on universal healthcare. Universal healthcare is not free, it is funded by our taxes. Yes, it isn't perfect however it is up to us to pressurise the government to better fund it rather than waste tax dollars on illegal wars, etc.. I work in two nursing (Catholic, not-for-profit) homes, one is better than the other, but without the less-good one there would be a few of these residents who would be homeless, or simply die in their homes. What the doco doesn't mention also is that often special machinery is required to transfer residents to/from bed/chairs, and for a resident to stay in their own home often expensive modifications are required. However, it goes without saying that it is obviously much better for a person to be able to stay in their own homes (and quite often it is a family member that makes the decision not to keep them in their own homes). I work with residents every day, and can see their spirit seem to wane from being so bored and getting "cabin fever". Some great people in this doco.. The woman with bi-polar has such a generous spirit, and a poetic soul. What will my iPod playlist be if I get Alzheimer's?! Rage Against The Machine, The Chemical Brothers, Underworld, Public Enemy.. Long live music! Reply Guillermo Areas February 10, 2015 Intel Inside Reply Studio C by Bailey's February 19, 2015 I watched this full documentary and cried the whole time. Some of the tears were from empathy, some from fear and mostly from joy. Having taken care of my grandfather until his dying day, I got to see first hand what dementia can do to a person. I will do my part in helping our elderly generation stay in touch with their souls through music. Reply Waters Productions February 27, 2015 They're now using music for stroke patients to assist them with their speech recovery. They are able to sing their thoughts to music much easier than speak them. Reply clarine faure March 9, 2015 BRAVO ! Magnifique ! Oui La Musique Guérit.Alors qu'est-ce qu'on attend pour en mettre dans tous les couloirs des hôpitaux publicou pour donner des casques à tous les malades ?(Dommage qu'il n'y ai pas la traduction en français pour cette vidéo, mais les images parlent d'elles-mêmes… c'est SPLENDIDE)MERCI BEAUCOUP ! THANKS !:-))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))) ! VIVE LA MUSIQUE !!! Reply Eoin Mordaunt March 17, 2015 How could anyone dislike this? They must of pressed it by accident. Reply Glen March April 10, 2015 Check out "Alzheimer's the pride half and the half cure" on Amazon. The eBook explains how excessive pride can make people dysfunctional at any age and contributes to Alzheimer's symptoms. It explains a lot about the way my dad behaves, in ways that I had never considered. Reply Music Therapy Department April 18, 2015 …and when you integrate a music therapist and a treatment plan into the formula-the capacity for restoration, recovery and rehabilitation is tripled. Reply Not the real spider man April 21, 2015 these days music will give you cancer Reply Natália Cúrcio Fedrizzi May 1, 2015 That's the power of music…the power of connection…connecting people, emotions, memories! Reply yen xion May 2, 2015 Music is magic Reply Elissa Wendland May 8, 2015 The most amazing documentary I've ever watched. Extremely promising for anyone feeling down about such a devastating illness. Reply Michael Choki May 13, 2015 very hard to get piracy links for this kind of movie. Reply Matt Parkinson May 24, 2015 If you've loved ones with Alzheimers or Dementia, this inspiring documentary proves the power of music is all that's needed to bring a spark of joy back to their lives…Please Share!! Reply Kenya Madlock May 27, 2015 I'm an Activity Director at a nursing home my administrator went to a seminar she told me about "Alive inside" this truly works for people with Alzheimer's disease. Reply Mary Palnau May 29, 2015 I saw this documentary yesterday and it's just AMAZING. So powerful and beautifully filmed. Especillay If you have a loved one in a nursing home who is difficult to "connect" with, this video will uplift and inspire you too. Reply Tess. K August 3, 2015 Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're gonna get. It's not just a cute saying. It's the truth. It's the cold hard truth. Life may give you a dark chocolate with an un-cracked tree nut in it that will break your teeth. You need to be prepared for anything life throws at you. It can throw some ugly things your way. Be prepared. You're your own ruin if you're not prepared. Do you want to know the truth about life and be so immersed in the present moment, that nothing will surprise you? Google: TruthContest Reply Debbie Solaiman August 14, 2015 I watched the entire movie with tears in my eyes and a very full heart. I grew up with music and have always believed in its unbridled power. My mom is a concert pianist turned teacher; beginning when I was a young child, she took me and the rest of her students to local nursing homes to perform for the residents all the time. Today, I am a non-traditional medical student who used to work in business and decided that I wanted to use my life to better the lives of others, to alleviate suffering in whatever way I was capable. The further I get into my medical education, the more I am exposed to the caveats that are realities of today's healthcare system in the United States. What you are doing is so simple, yet so effective. Treating people as human beings before treating them as patients is so key to their health and well-being, and you have successfully done this thing that many physicians have not or cannot do. It is beautiful work, and I hope as many people as possible see this wonderful documentary. Reply Ace K August 15, 2015 When I'm older and they want me to listen to the music from my old times, I would not be happy with all the songs about booties Reply VenezuelanMagic August 24, 2015 What's the name of the first song that plays in the trailer? Reply live_free 4thee September 1, 2015 beautiful. very true Reply Sound Hearing Care October 2, 2015 God so blessed up with the beauty of music. Our hearing is so crucial to the ability to transport ourselves to a beautiful moment in time, through music! Reply Ava Lemert October 2, 2015 I perform at retirement homes, it is a miracle to be a part of. The times we share and the honor of hearing the memories from my audience are something that will sustain me beyond my years of performance beyond my earthly time Reply TheMarbleFadeFox October 17, 2015 if im old,id just sit there and play song called innuendo by Queen just to remember how perfect my life was as kid Reply LUITE 루터 November 17, 2015 Have they tried kickstarter to help out with this? Reply Gubee November 19, 2015 Great message of hope, but I scan't understand why is it iPods and not just mp3 players, radio or other. Reply phoneec January 4, 2016 What if the elder is deaf ? Reply soCtra January 8, 2016 My mom was diagnosed with Alzheimer's 3 years ago. She is still young so I will make sure to talk to her a lot about the music she listened to when she was younger. Reply Sean Savizi January 14, 2016 After watching this documentary I've realized our generations choice in music is mostly garbage. All the music played in this documentary has such nice rhythm and soothing sounds. I just don't think it will work the same when I'm old. Like can you imagine us asking for songs like 50 cent, Justin briber, or even Tupac. I don't think it will have as much impact just cuz it won't be so soothing like music from back in the day. Like I just can't imagine playing "thug life" when I'm 80 and it having a soothing effect on me with all the vulgar lyrics and gun shots lollll Reply Michelle Ginnane January 18, 2016 Can anyone tell me the name of the piano piece in the beginning of this trailer? Thank you:) Reply jes gam January 24, 2016 this was beautiful. music does wonders. thank you for sharing Reply khuggf March 6, 2016 This is a fantastic documentary. Reply Luis Echeverria March 11, 2016 Bueno Reply linnea dicaprio March 16, 2016 What is the song at the end of the trailer Reply Roberta Celaya March 20, 2016 Amazing and enlightening. Reply Arianit Haxha March 20, 2016 I just love this, got goosebumps! Reply Daniel Barros April 9, 2016 please! the name of the fisrt music! Reply Sally Hiebel April 22, 2016 A must watch! Reply Subin Abraham May 20, 2016 This is why Bollywood Song and dance sequences should never go away. Stop being stoic at least during a movie – you paid for it for entertainment for Chrissakes! Reply Diego Pezo June 10, 2016 Me encantó, en un tiempo más lo volveré a ver 🙂 Reply Betty Hernandez July 27, 2016 Despues de un grave accidente qu tube, mi quede en coma total, al salir de el, mi cerebro se mantenia aun en grave problma, se habia quedado recordando hasta mis 15 o' 16 anos de edad solamente, ya tenia 44, no reconocia mi madre-era muy mayor a la de mis recuerdos, y me agradaba mi hijo, pero como amiguito", "no podia ser mi hijo!-me decia.Gracias a este Sistema; mi familia sabia mis musicas favoritas, ydesde la manana solo escuchaba musica bailable, preparandome para concurasar en un programa de tv de los 76' Cuba..poco a poco..logre recuperarme completamente.Testimonio Real. Reply Audrey Pham July 29, 2016 Join the Virtual World Society Reply vera lucia albernaz August 30, 2016 The ultimate true! Reply Exploring with Rico September 15, 2016 very moving documentary. I agree that music can take you back to the most special times of your life, specially those times when you were a kid and had your mom cooking while listening to the radio. Reply Young Nielander September 20, 2016 Does anyone else think that there were suspiciously too many mentions of iPod in this movie? Reply Hakan Yucel September 25, 2016 Do not forget your older family member… Buy a cheap mp3 player insert 20-30 songsbring your children when you visit elderly family member! One day make this child the same as you did visit you when you are lie in bed! Reply Adrian Paco October 21, 2016 Amazing Documentary, I strongly recommend it. Reply neutral man November 30, 2016 netflix Reply soilofk December 6, 2016 Music is life! Music is everything!!! Reply Fugue State February 14, 2017 Someone give Trump a damn iPod Reply Jaimee Kron February 20, 2017 THIS DOCUMENTARY IS AMAZING!!! I feel I need I spread this love. Spread the music. My heart is so full of love and the will to spread love. Reply Vanessa Medina February 22, 2017 I watched this documentary on Netflix last night, it is AMAZING!! Reply Ernie Caroll March 8, 2017 this movie is amazing. I have a mother going through this and it sucks. Thankfully a cure is close. If you have a loved one with Alzheimer's check out cognidefender. Watch the video on my channel page. Reply Lex Macdougal March 17, 2017 "I thought you were going to grow wings""I was Trying" that… someone just shot me in the chest Reply clik uk April 1, 2017 So nice Reply Sabine Maarleveld May 26, 2017 Beautiful, amazing! Reply gem stone June 17, 2017 My mother is 82 tomorrow, now in the early stages of dementia and I have just finished watching this wonderful movie/documentary. I am now working with my sister to put together a music programme for mum of music she likes. Thank you so much for making this. Having a parent slipping away is heart breaking but now we have hope she can still have joy in her life thanks to the knowledge handed out through the work of these wonderful people. I'm not religious but bless you. Many many thanks from our family. Reply Sam Harnois July 12, 2017 This movie was absolutely mind blowing and had us crying the whole time. This needs more attention. Reply Kemily Play October 24, 2017 mega beijosss Reply MCP/ChronicBuzz January 31, 2018 They don't give you pills to "heal" you, they give you pills to make you…"function". That's one helluva difference. Reply tahitinui2010 February 5, 2018 ❤❤❤❤ Reply Lill-Therese Herskedal February 5, 2018 Thank you for making this documentary. It really takes my breath away, just to know the impact music has on my own life. Music is joy, happiness, sadness, feelings, creativity and love. I hope that one day all of those suffering from dementia or Alzheimers, will recieve a better treatment and a better care than they do today. Reply Zuleika E. April 11, 2018 my grandfather passed away 3 year ago . i wish i have had known music could help to improve his quality of life. the saddest part was to watch him not remembering who his family was. this is one of the most amazing documentaries i have ever watched. god bless all the people involve working on making music happen in nursing homes. ❤ Reply Tobey Kai April 17, 2018 I suffer from short term memory loss after a brain injury …I can tell you it friggen sucks. but just before I was injured I wrote a song for alzheimers awareness, its on my channel… at first it was a song for my loved ones but now its my anthem. I hope it touches someone's heart today. Even if one person listens to it today then it was worth writing. Its so personal to me… Alzheimer's SUCKS. SUCKS. SUCKS!!! Reply Louis De Vos April 25, 2018 Print difference thank scandal review statue growing permanent half. Reply Jason Morris May 5, 2018 My mother has Huntington's disease and listens to music NON-stop from when she gets up to when she goes to bed. I always wondered why. Reply Lisa Milliken May 26, 2018 May I have permission is share this video in a continuing education course that I’m teaching for healthcare professionals? Thank you! Reply Thamosx October 24, 2018 Imagine if this were us and we just started breaking inside as we heard the words “Gucci gang”. Ah yes the good old days Reply interesting family origin December 21, 2018 It's a good thing that they are doing helping the people that are suffering from dementia using music to put them in a place of remembering there happy times in there life.. ( in my life i've learnt not to cry from a young age But yes i seem to have got something in my eye watching this video.. it reminds me of wen i was around 12/13 years old visiting the mental health word at a hospital – not for me one of my sister's was in the word And for some reason they had a nice woman on the word with dementia wasn't the wright place for her, her husband was there i got talking too them he hadn't had anything to eat and very little to drink at the time So i decided to stay with his wife for a while so that he could go and have something to eat and a cuppa tea me and his wife sat talking about horses she used to bread race horses i used to ride horses i wasn't the best at horse riding never fell off though But it was nice as her husband got to have something to eat a cuppa tea and a catnap in his car and his wife got to relive her happy memories i also got to talk with someone else who had the same interest it aso made me happy that i helped the man have some recuperation time and again help his wife relive her memories Reply John Smith January 30, 2019 I saw Bernie Sanders Reply Jill Baker February 1, 2019 This documentary moved me in so many ways, I don't even know how to put it into words. What I can say is that if you have ANYONE in your life who has memory loss related to dementia, Alzheimer's, brain injury…. Even someone who is depressed, anxious, despondent… WHATEVER IT MAY BE… this documentary, in living color, shows the power of music in human beings, and the indelible connections that are created (consciously or not) in our brains. Can you think of an occasion where you're walking along and hear a familiar song blasting that takes you back to the summer of '76?? And how that makes you feel? It either triggers an amazing memory and you get all sentimental & warm inside… OR, on the flipside, it can trigger very UN-pleasant memories and makes you shudder. So I guess that is one of the potential downsides of employing the methods that the researchers of this documentary employ. For most people – no matter their age or preferred genre of music – once hearing the music that they once related to can be earth-moving, and life-altering. You won't regret the time spent watching this incredible film. 5 stars, 100% recommend! Reply Clark Kent February 14, 2019 The root of Alzheimer's disease is demonic… Jesus Christ came that he might destroy the works of the devil… Reply قحطاني ناصر February 17, 2019 عـــــاجل تواصـــــل بـــنــا على وتاب ❂00212621577701❂الوصفة الطبيعيةو الممتازة في علاج المشـــاكل ضعف الجنسي و سرعة القذف والإرتخاء الحجم قضييب للاستفادة من المنتـــوج يرجى التواصل مع مصطفى المالكي Reply Julia Marrinan March 13, 2019 wow this is just beautiful Reply John Smith April 29, 2019 I wonder if Bernie Sanders appeared in this movie? Reply DR BROWN April 29, 2019 Play the music at 432 hz instead of 440 and healing begins… Reply BL Ranch June 7, 2019 I watched my mom go through the long process of this disease and I can tell you with certainty that the person you knew prior to their slow degenerative process is always there. It's that slight glimmer in their eye or a brief and fleeting recognition. But even as the brain slowly atrophies the very essence of the person does not. Reply Zlucenpsyakin Ыyzenkaz-kaz June 21, 2019 Пошёл нах старпер!!! Reply Zlucenpsyakin Ыyzenkaz-kaz June 21, 2019 Подкинтте старперу сиделку из разряда деффективных,со статусом п*ор,ему нкймется(( Reply Ms Ms June 29, 2019 Thank u Reply DARK APPERITION July 26, 2019 so wonderful and touching! <Sighs> 🙂when the older Gentleman teared up, I did too .. Reply June Von August 21, 2019 THANK YOU HASHEM, AND DAN COHEN !!! Reply nmcraven September 1, 2019 We can avoid brain diseases (and other diseases as well) by eating healthy, exercising and eliminating animal products. Reply Zurtron D September 27, 2019 FINE YOUTUBE Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.