"Quiet Please..." is a once in a lifetime project...two passions merged together, Film-making, and Misophonia, a neurological disorder that I have suffered from, for almost 50 years. The literal translation of Misophonia is "hatred of sound", and while that's not entirely true, there are specific sounds that could set off a physiological response, including, but not limited to: a rapid heart rate, an adrenaline dump, anxiety, and often rage. There is no involvement of the conscious mind; you cannot logically think your way out of the reaction.
Producing, directing, shooting, and editing "Quiet Please..." was not only a life-changing experience for me; the crowd-source trailer alone has been viewed over 100,000 times, and I've received hundreds of emails from sufferers in 22 countries, thanking me for giving them a voice. The film has gone on to garner many festival selections and awards. Please visit: QuietPleaseFilm.com to learn more.