Mental Health Film Prize of the Health for All Film Festival: “Knock on my Door” from Jordan


Sham is a 25-year-old Syrian refugee who escaped from Syria after the war with her sister. She lives in a refugee camp where she has a panic attack and gets rushed to the hospital. Psychiatric nurses take her in charge and, with patience and skills, they find ways to cure Sham’s mental health.

Produced by nurses in The Specialty Hospital from Jordan (@myhospital), “Knock on my Door” won the Mental Health Film Prize of the inaugural Health for All Film Festival organized by the World Health Organization in 2020. This film production was managed by Dr Fawzi Al Hammouri, with Abdullah Haymour and Rania Al Shadeed from The Specialty Hospital.

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  1. Heart touching.
    Anyone who is suffering from stress, anxietty, depression or any other thing please be patient and strong. One day everything will be fine. You will conquer it one day. If you need any medical help please go ahead. Share your thoughts with your loved ones. God bless you. You are not alone.
    [P.S. : Everyone worked very well in the film but the subtitles can be improved they can’t be read due to same colors in the scene. Rest good work. keep it up and Thank you for making this. ]

  2. Armed Forces of Armenia continue intensive bombardment of residential areas of Azerbaijan which is the blatant violation of the humanitarian ceasefire regime and of the Geneva Conventions of 1949.

    Today, around two o’clock in the morning, the rocket strike unprecedented by its cruelty was made against the city of Ganja.

    As a result of this rocket attack, as the data show, 9 people (including 4 women) have died, 34 are wounded while numerous civilian facilities came under serious blow.

    It can be said that the attacks against our cities and villages continued the entire previous day. Since the moment of the entry into force of the humanitarian ceasefire regime, the Armenian side has launched 548 shells into several districts of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

    Entangled by its inability to reconcile with its defeat on battlefield, the Armenian side is deliberately attacking civilian population.

    I call upon the international community not to remain indifferent to all happened.

    International organizations, rights advocating entities, mass media and public opinion leaders must firmly condemn such barbaric cruelty to the civilian population of Azerbaijan.

    Yerevan must stop ignoring international conventions, and UN Security Council resolutions urging Armenian occupational forces to halt aggression against Azerbaijan.

    Showing a straight disrespect to the agreements reached with the mediation of OSCE MG co-chairs in Moscow, Armenia provokes a new stir up of war in South Caucasus of which the consequences will be devastating for itself.

    Dear compatriots:

    Today, you demonstrate such best qualities of our people as unity, solidarity, compassion and mutual assistance. All it can do is to create a feeling of immense pride! Truth and justice are on our side! We will win! May Allah rest the souls of the dead. I wish the soonest recovery to all injured. May the Almighty Lord protect our Army, our People and our Motherland! Karabakh is Azerbaijan!

  3. In that situation rehabilitation is needed not hospitalization.. wrong information, she need to communicate and work and finish goals daily monthly yearly with motivation and monitoring reporting everything, WHO is sending wrong message to people or even to an arabic communication.. hilarious and shocking how low infos got about mental health
    For your information that calls ” rehabilitation center” that only USA has it!!!!!

  4. good video. I have personally known someone close with a similar condition. its important to reduce the stigma on world mental health.


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