Running from Crazy opens in theaters on Friday. The film explores the history of mental illness in the Hemingway family. The documentary is helmed by Oscar winning director Barbara Kopple and premiered at the Sundance Film festival. Actress Mariel Hemingway talks about her famous grandfather Ernest Hemingway who suffered from severe depression. Mental illness also took the life of her sister Margaux Hemingway who found success as a model. The millenial generation is also featured in the doc which shows how Mariel Hemingway's daughters are coping with the family "secret". Mariel Hemingway's daughter Dree Hemingway has a successful career as a model and budding actress. Dree is recognizable as the face of ad campaigns for Paco Rabane, Gianfranco Ferre and a fragrance for Justin Bieber.
Running From Crazy
Opens on Friday at the Angelika in Manhattan.
Directed by Barbara Kopple; directors of photography, Andrew Young, Michael Call, Boone Speed and Phil Parmet; edited by Michael Culyba and Mona Davis; produced by Ms. Kopple and David Cassidy; released by Oprah Winfrey Network. At the Angelika Film Center, Mercer and Houston Streets, Greenwich Village. Running time: 1 hour 40 minutes. This film is not rated.