Jessica, a woman who is living with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), also known as Multiple Personality Disorder, is the subject of a powerful and engaging new documentary. The film follows Jessica’s journey with her six alternate identities: a Hollywood actor, a doctor, a hairdresser, a 14-year-old schoolboy and a six year old.
Each identity has its own traits, ranging from prescription glasses to being left-handed; neither of which are native to Jessica. While each personality exists within its own distinct system, they are surprisingly interconnected – two of them are brothers and two are partners with their own son.
The film provides an intimate look into the reality of DID and allows viewers to gain insight into this complex condition that is often misunderstood or misrepresented. Through interviews and dramatizations, the story of Jessica’s journey is told in an honest light. This powerful documentary sheds light on the real effects of DID and invites viewers to experience life through Jessica’s eyes.
This remarkable documentary provides an unprecedented opportunity to understand more about this highly misinterpreted mental illness, while also being incredibly compelling viewing for those already familiar with it. It showcases how much strength one must possess to live with multiple identities and encourages compassion for anyone going through this difficult experience. If you’re looking for an eye-opening take on mental health awareness, be sure not to miss out on this moving documentary.