We are very pleased to announce that GTG’s film Sensitive-The Untold Story is now available on Kanopy streaming in over 3,000 colleges worldwide, free to students and professors! The film has also launched on Amazon US, UK, Germany and Japan and is, of course, available for instant viewing on VHX. It’s been a year since the film has been released and we continue to receive touching comments and emails about the powerful impact it is having on people’s lives. The film is clearly extremely important to the people on this planet! We are very proud that the film is used by some universities as part of the psychology curriculum and many mental health facilities use it as a training tool.
Sensitive – The Untold Story is based on the findings of bestselling author/psychologist Dr. Elaine Aron. In 1991 Dr. Aron made a breakthrough discovery: an innate temperament trait of high sensitivity. Since then, her international bestseller The Highly Sensitive Person has been translated into 19 languages and her research is published in top-tier peer reviewed journals such as The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and Brain and Behavior, as well as replicated and extended by other scientists, who are interviewed in the film. There are now fMRI and genetic studies that confirm the trait. Dr. Aron found that not only 1 in 5 people are highly sensitive, but the trait occurs in the same percentage in over 100 other species. This trait (found in both men and women) reflects a certain type of survival strategy: being observant before acting. The brains of highly sensitive persons (HSPs) actually work differently than others’. HSPs think deeply, get easily overwhelmed by intense, complex or novel things, are more attentive to subtleties and have more empathy, so they cry easily. Sensitive-The Untold Story features 7-time Grammy winner singer-songwriter-activist Alanis Morissette.
The sequel – Sensitive And In Love – produced by Diana Sinelnikova Harper and directed by Will Harper, is currently in production. Learn more and support this important film!