Remuda Ranch Hosts Special Screening of Award-Winning Film “America The Beautiful”
Special PG-13 Screening Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Nation’s Leading Eating and Anxiety Disorders Treatment Center, Remuda Ranch
Is America obsessed with beauty? This controversial question is thoroughly explored, exposed and dissected in the compelling documentary produced by filmmaker Darryl Roberts.
It’s an especially relevant and crucial question in today’s world as body image and self-image issues have become a critical issue affecting women and girls nationwide.
As a part of Remuda Ranch’s 20th anniversary celebration, a special screening is coming to Detroit for one night only. The screening is set for Friday, October 1 at the Madonna University Franciscan Center, 36600 Schoolcraft Road, Livonia, Mich.
Special guest, Michigan’s own Miss America 2008 Kirsten Haglund will be in attendance and will participate in a special panel discussion after the screening. The film’s director, Darryl Roberts will be on hand to introduce the film. Hosted by Remuda Ranch Programs for Eating and Anxiety Disorders, an intensive, inpatient treatment center for women and girls with eating disorders and related issues, the screening is open to the public. Space is limited.
EVENT DETAILS: Date: Friday, October 1, 2010 Time: 6:30 p.m. Reception 7:30 p.m. Film Screening
Location: Madonna University Franciscan Center 36600 Schoolcraft Road Livonia, Mich. 48150 Tel: 1-800-852-4951
About Remuda Ranch Programs for Eating and Anxiety Disorders Remuda Ranch offers inpatient and residential programs for individuals of all faiths suffering from eating or anxiety disorders. Each patient is treated by a multi-disciplinary team including a psychiatric and a primary care provider, registered dietitian, masters level therapist, psychologist and registered nurse. The professional staff equips each patient with the right tools to live a healthy, productive life. For more information, call 1-800-445-1900.
About America the Beautiful In almost 40,000 media messages a year, youthful Americans are being told that, unless they look like supermodels and rock stars, they’re not good enough for anyone to love. It’s a message that too many people are buying. The hope of achieving these ‘ideals’ has consumers purchasing cosmetics, toiletries, fashion and plastic surgeries at increasingly dramatic rates. Has the ‘American Dream’ changed so much that it can only be achieved once we can perfectly emulate the super thin and sexy images of the ones we admire so much on the big screen and in pictures? Filmmaker Darryl Roberts takes the audience on a two-year journey to examine America’s obsession; physical perfection. In “America the Beautiful”, we learn secrets, confessions, and strikingly harsh realities as Roberts unearths the origins and deadly risks of our nation’s quest for physical perfection. It is a must see for every parent