No Letting Go is a...master class. It's message of not letting go, never giving up, is one we all need to hear and see. Read the full review LLOYD SEDERER, Huffington Post
…a must-see movie about childhood mental illness. No Letting Go is a powerful film that gives voice to families all over the world who are silently suffering… share this film with your family and friends. I think this film does an excellent job of bringing aware-ness without adding to the stigma that already exists. Read the full review MAMA BEAR, Mental Health Advocate
When I watched No Letting Go, I was immediately struck by how perfectly the film cap-tures the sheer frustration, fears, and barriers that a parent faces in trying to help ease the suffering of an ill child. Few films that I have seen about mental illness are as spot on… captivating, compelling and poignant! Read the full review PETE EARLEY, Best-Selling Author & Mental Health Advocate
A+...There is so much I love about this movie...Absolutely marvelous. Read the full review MARTIN HAFER, InFLUX Magazine
The true performance and at the forefront is CHERYL ALLISON who stars as Catherine Spencer... For any family dealing with this illness, this movie conveys an experience that might echo. It also gives others a window that hopefully helps to provide understanding. Read the full review MARLON WALLACE, Delmarva Life
No Letting Go...Worth Holding On...ALYSIA REINER was authentic and inspiring...14 year old Tim played brilliantly by NOAH SILVERMAN...."The film moved me... H. WHIDDON, Vulture Hound Magazine
This is a film NAMI families can truly identify with. We often think of our lives as having a before and after. “No Letting Go” beautifully captures that – the slow slide into mental illness which many of our families experience and then the volcanic eruption that finally occurs and changes our lives forever. Best of all there are no villains in the story. Although it is told from the mother’s perspective we see everyone in the family struggling to cope with the pain and anger they feel and find a way to get their lives back on track. In the end this is a hopeful film that anyone can identify with who has had their life turned upside down by a personal tragedy and struggled to find answers. JANET SUSIN, President NAMI Queens/Nassau
Brought me to tears…. incredibly personal and realistic. LUKE MYERS, Better Mental Health Magazine
A tremendously inspiring and moving film that captures both heartache and hope of a family living with mental illness. GREGORY G. ALLEN, Huffington Post
This film is an honest, gripping portrayal of what it’s like to learn that your child has mental illness… Far too many families suffer in shame and silence. Yet “No Letting Go” also offers real hope. With treatment, children can survive and even thrive. I am so grateful for this film–my biggest fear is that the people who need to see it most (those who are not living with this and who continue to blame parents for their children’s brain disease) will not see the film. LIZA LONG, Writer & Educator, Mental Health Advocate