Cotard

Co·tard

(kō-tahr'),
Jules, French neurologist, 1840-1887. See: Cotard syndrome.
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40am T ) CaDeN Cotard, a neurotic theatre director who's suffering from a variety of ailments and a failing marriage, wins a prestigious grant and uses it to finance a wildly ambitious project - a play based on own life.
And we meet a ' corpse', or what is medically termed as Cotard Delusion -- a very rare form of schizophrenia popularly called the Corpse .
Iran'dan bildirilen bir olguda, Cotard sendromlu sizofren bayan hastanin burnunda nodul gordugu ve bunun onu cirkinlestirdigini dusundugu icin burnunun tepesini kestigi belirtilmistir (16).
See Philip Gerrans, A One-Stage Explanation of the Cotard Delusion, 9 PHIL.
It's not fully understood why individuals suffer from Cotard syndrome, but one possibility is that it's the brain's attempt to make sense of the strange experiences that the patient is having," Watt told Discovery News.
In the second movement I use the last set-piece of Charlie Kaufman's film Synecdoche, New York, to look at and through the character, Caden Cotard, as he wanders the streets of a city within a city within a city; a simulacrum where, in the trajectory he takes in the film, he ends up a shuffling husk through which others see, speak and act.
The REQUEST founders are: - Pr Jean-Pierre Cotard, Chairman (France) - Prs Boulouis (France), Dupre (Austria), Farca (Italy), Kietzmann (Germany), Lechowski (Poland), Drs Caney (UK), Fontaine (Belgium), Leblanc (France)
The REQUEST founders are: - Pr Jean-Pierre Cotard, Chairman (France) - Prs Boulouis (France), DuprEa(c) (Austria), Farca (Italy), Kietzmann (Germany), Lechowski (Poland), Drs Caney (UK), Fontaine (Belgium), Leblanc (France)
Reality quickly fragments as painter Adele Cotard (Catherine Keener) calls a time-out from her marriage to director Caden (Philip Seymour Hoffman), and decides to head to Germany with their four-year-old daughter for a little breathing space.
Hoffman plays theatre director Caden Cotard, a hypochondriac who is given a grant to put on a major work.
Reality quickly fragments as painter Adele Cotard (Catherine Keener) calls a time out from her marriage to director Caden (Philip Seymour Hoffman), and decides to head for Germany with their four-year-old daughter Olive (Sadie Goldstein) to give the relationship a little breathing space.
Reality quickly fragments as painter Adele Cotard (played by Catherine Keener) calls for time out from her marriage to director Caden (Philip Seymour Hoffman).