She found comfort in simplicity, hope in solitude, and peace with the closing of her eyes.
With poignancy, beauty, and a touch of humor, Linda Bishop captures her story on the pages of her diary. If one's mind isn't free, how can one truly exercise free will? For three years, Linda resided in a psychiatric hospital, a prisoner of her own mind, confronting severe mental health issues...and the bleak reality of a failing system. Upon release, she fled for refuge in the woods where she spent the remainder of her days in solitude and the freedom she so craved. Only God knew where she was—and that was enough for her. Chilling and haunting, yet spiritual and tender, her experience reveals the system that destroyed her and gives hope for a better tomorrow. - Cassia Homann
Preceded by the short film: Bein' Teen; PTP Short; 5 min.