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A Matter of Life and Death: Neuroscience on the Silver Screen
Roger Ebert called A Matter of Life and Death (1946) “one of the most audacious films ever made.” The film depicts British Air Force pilot Peter Carter (David Niven) after a near death experience in which on-going hallucinations (waking dreams) convince him he was not meant to survive. A post-film discussion will feature medical insights on neuroscience and the workings of the brain. Presented by the Indiana Medical History Museum and the American Association of NeuroscienceView more
3045 W. Vermont St, Indianapolis, IN 46222