Lights, camera and action: learning necrophilia in a psychiatry movie club.
Kissed (1996) is a serious film that portrays the disturbing and taboo issue of necrophilia in a delicate and viewer friendly way. Being a rare paraphilia, it may sometimes be difficult to get necrophilia related literature or even understand this complex behavior. An interested person may have to rely on the few case reports from forensic journals or law books in order to understand what and how necrophiles do what they do! A movie club can be an interesting and novel way to learn various issues in medicine and psychiatry, including necrophilia. This paper discusses the use of this film in academic sessions in order to learn necrophilia.
Lokmanya Tilak Medical College & Sion Hospital, Sion, Mumbai 400 022, India. firstname.lastname@example.org
Pub Type(s)Journal Article