A son's journey as he comes to terms with a mother suffering from paranoid schizophrenia
Sohrab Hura tells an intensely personal and difficult story—of coming to terms with his mother suffering from paranoid schizophrenia—in his self-published photobook, Life Is Elsewhere. This is his private diary, comprising photographs, letters and jottings, to which he confesses a schoolboy’s embarrassment and shame at having a parent who is far from “regular", and his anger, fear and helplessness at being at the receiving end of her suspicions and beatings night after night, at being locked up inside their house for a month or so because of her paranoia—until she was forcibly taken to hospital.
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