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The Next Day: A Graphic Novella (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 17. Mai 2011

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Was Menschen berichten, die einen Selbstmordversuch hinter sich haben, ist nicht bewertbar. Wohl aber die grafische Umsetzung, erst recht die dramaturgische Verdichtung. Vier Schicksale, vier Außenseiter - Missbrauchte, Vereinzelte schon als Kinder, verhaltensauffällig, oder eingeigelt, oder süchtig, mehr als andere verwundbar, Unterlegene auf Lebenszeit. Diese Fallgeschichten werden uns skelettiert dargeboten. In einfachen Sätzen. In einfachsten Bildern. Jedes Scheitern und Aufrappeln in einer anderen Schrift. Nichts daran ist erfunden, und doch wirken die Beispiele wie aus dem Lehrbuch. Als wären sie aus der hohlen Hand erdacht und zusammen problematisiert. Viel zu knapp das alles, nicht im Ansatz wird fühlbar gemacht, was es bedeuten könnte, depressiv zu sein, sich abkapseln zu müssen, keinen Kontakt mehr haben zu können, weil das alles furchtbar viel Kraft kostet. Porcellino tut das, was er immer tut: Stricheln, auf Weißraum vertrauen. Nichts davon erreicht mich so, wie es wohl gedacht war. Manchmal eine Ahnung davon, was es hätte werden können. Eine Lektüre für 12 Minuten. Betroffenheitsgraphicnovella. Man lese lieber "Das Haus" von Andreas Maier. Ohne Suizid, ohne Grafik, aber was es bedeutet, außerhalb der Welt zu sein, ohne Alkohol, ohne Schläge in der Familie, ohne Missbrauch, und trotzdem nicht interagieren, nicht kommunizieren können (wollen), das steht hier und so bestechend wie nirgendwo sonst. "The Next Day" hingegen ist Feelbad-Literatur mit Bildchen.
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I thought this book was a quite refreshing reminder, that comicbooks can be used for more than just superheros. The Art though simple, acutally added alot to an otherwise unpleasant subject matter; made the reader aware and carried the message(s) very well indeed. More graphic novels should take heed. In my opinion - A small masterpiece of pictorial storytelling.
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HASH(0x95717db0) von 5 Sternen Moving nonfiction 3. Dezember 2011
Von chris - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The Next Day is a moving nonfictional account of four people's suicide attempts, what lead up to the events, and what happened afterward. The stories are taken from personal interviews and are accompanied by simple line drawings. An interactive website at thenexday.nfb.ca provides more information.

Each year one million people die from suicide, and many more make an attempt. However, it's not something that is really talked about except to build tension on tv shows. Telling the stories of people who have attempted suicide demystifies the act. Hopefully people who see similar thoughts or behaviors in themselves can seek help before an attempt is made. This is also a good book for people who don't know anyone who has attempted suicide to learn more about what goes on in the mind of someone facing this crisis. Hopefully they can reach out if they see similar behaviors in their friends or relatives.
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HASH(0xa299d1a4) von 5 Sternen A Must Read 7. Dezember 2011
Von JaniJon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Wow. This short graphic novella definitely packs a punch. It follows the journeys of four people--Tina, Ryan, Chantel, and Jenn--who attempt suicide. The reader is privy to the events leading up to each of the tragic events, the event itself, and then the aftermath of the failed attempts. I highly, highly recommend this book to anyone who has thought about ending his or her life or as a gift to someone who is going through a rough time. This book is also a must-read for health care professionals (e.g. medical students) interacting with patients. The Next Day does a great job placing the reader into the shoes of each of the four protagonists and viewing their lives with an intimacy that unfortunately few, if any-- family members and doctors included-- have. Readers who read this novella and grasp the take home message will be better off for having done so.
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HASH(0x9571f750) von 5 Sternen Simple and poignant 20. Oktober 2011
Von Elyn B. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This graphic novella tells the stories of 4 people that survived a suicide attempt. The drawing style is simple but effectively conveys the complex emotions. The author seems to have drawn these stories from source interviews. So, each story reflects the "hindsight" of the person telling it giving the stories a self-awareness even in the darkest moments. This is an important book that personalizes the issue. I think it would be inspiring and helpful for any person dealing with mental illness and suffering from suicidal thoughts.
HASH(0x9572d36c) von 5 Sternen The Next Day 3. Februar 2012
Von Liz W. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The Next Day is both a graphic novella and an interactive animated documentary website co-produced by the National Film Board of Canada. Both depict the suicide attempts of four individuals, and ask the question: "What if they had just waited one more day?" The purpose of both mediums is to raise awareness of suicide, and how to prevent it.

The graphic novel is little more than a comic strip montage. The four life stories of Jenn, Chantel, Ryan, and Tina - all who survived their suicide attempts - are interwoven together by similar themes and events, including sexual abuse by a relative, bipolar disorder, depression, and substance abuse. This method, however, disturbs the flow of each individual's story, and prevents us from getting a clear picture of each person's situation.

The concept works better in the form of an interactive website because you actually hear the stories of these four people, rather than just reading about them. The interactive "experience" begins by showing us a house, very simply drawn, very spare in detail. There's a front yard with shrubs, a swing set out front. Emotionally charged words appear on the screen, words like "fear," "death," "helpless," etc. As you click on a word, the site takes you through an animated tour of the empty house. Hallways are lost in shadow, and poorly affixed wallpaper begins to deteriorate. While all this is going on, you hear about the lives of four different people, some who had happy childhoods, others who had miserable ones - but all of which follow the inevitable path to self-destruction.

The worsening of depression is depicted in the animation by the presence of a storm. As the interviewees speak of contemplating suicide, the storm begins: water rattles against the windows and shadows deepen. But, as the website reminds us, things won't always be this bad. As this portion of the animation wraps up, we are shown a calm scene: water drips from the roof of the house onto the ground and onto the seat of the swing set. In the background, the four survivors deliver their closing comments on their life choices and what they are doing to deal with mental illness.

So skip the graphic novel, and go straight to the website. I guarantee the "experience" will be worthwhile (located at [...]).
HASH(0x9572d51c) von 5 Sternen Tales of an afterlife from those still living - 4 & 1/2 stars 2. Juli 2014
Von William Timothy Lukeman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
In these sparse but quietly powerful stories, four survivors of suicide attempts reflect on the events & emotions that brought them to their crucial moment, and how they felt afterwards. Their words are unpolished, bare as bones, and all the more effective for that in conveying the overwhelming pointlessness & pain of living one more day. John Porcellino's minimalist art style works especially well here, capturing despair & anguish in drawings that at first seem almost childish, but actually carry a great deal of subtlety & weight. I think this simple approach really brings the reader closer to sensing what the world must seem like to those so desperately eager to leave it -- a world that's so radically & horribly different from the one we know, but is still recognizably our own. Highly recommended!
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