“Strokes Of Madness” outlines an image of eight people who try to survive with a psychosis sensitivity every day. A life without seems almost impossible to imagine. Now, with sincere openness, they allow us insight into their everyday life and personal suffering.
It’s a film about the boundary between creativity and psychological vulnerability. Each person creates their own piece of art with the help of a renowned Belgian artist. The pace, imagery and narrative technique moves to the rhythm of a psychosis. With great visual attention to beauty and art as a guideline, the documentary outlines a fair picture of life with a psychotic sensitivity disorder. The unconventional theme and the engagement of the artists makes this film extraordinary. Sometimes it’s pure madness, but sometimes it comes with a stroke of genius.