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Eminent Monsters: A Manual for Modern Torture

Original title
Eminent Monsters: A Manual for Modern Torture
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95 min.
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United Kingdom United Kingdom
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Documentary
Synopsis / Plot
In the 1950s the CIA and Canada covertly funded Scottish born psychiatrist Dr Ewen Cameron to embark on the darkest program of psychological experimentation in modern history. Subjecting his “patients” to sensory deprivation, forced comas, LSD injections and extreme physical and mental torture, Cameron’s techniques have since been used in 27 countries around the world. Stephen Bennett shines fresh light upon claims of collusion between doctors and the state and lays bare the legacy of pain left behind by Cameron.
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