Case Study 05: Suicide due to Depression
Name: Chantal Akerman
Background Info from Wikipedia:
Chantal Anne Akerman (Female, 6 June 1950 – 5 October 2015) was a Belgian film director, screenwriter, artist, and film professor at the City College of New York. She is best known for her three hour magnum opus Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles (1975), which was dubbed a "masterpiece" by The New York Times. According to film scholar Gwendolyn Audrey Foster, Akerman's influence on feminist filmmaking and avant-garde cinema has been substantial.
Akerman died on 5 October 2015 in Paris; Le Monde reported that she committed suicide. She was 65. Her last film was the documentary “No Home Movie”, a series of conversations with her mother shortly before her mother's death; of the film, she said, "I think if I knew I was going to do this, I wouldn't have dared to do it."
According to Akerman's sister, she had recently been hospitalized for depression, before returning home to Paris ten days prior her death.
Chart Analysis: the signs of suicide due to depression:
Lai-Yin Palace (Life Property-Palace) “Quan to Opposite with Life Hua-Quan at the Opposite Palace which is Quan-Out;
Decade 66-75 Happiness-Palace with Life Hua-Ji and Ji to Opposite;
Decade 66-75 Health-Palace Flying-Ji into Life Self-Palace;
With Ke to Opposite at Life Self and Decade 66-75 Travel-Palace, Decade 66-75 Health-Palace Flying-Ji into Decade 66-75 Travel-Palace which is Ke-Ji clashed Decade 66-75 Self-Palace;
With Ke to Opposite at Life Self and Decade 66-75 Travel-Palace, Decade 66-75 Friends-Palace Flying-Ji into Decade 66-75 Travel-Palace which is Ke-Ji clashed Decade 66-75 Self-Palace;
Decade 66-75 Property-Palace Flying Ke-Ji into Life Friends-Palace, Year 2015 Friends-Palace went into the opposite palace of Life Friends-Palace.
Year 2015 Self-Palace went into Decade 66-75 Self-Palace.