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Julia C. Kaiser
This movie is by far my favorite in the way it reveals the life of a young woman who (I believe) suffers from BPD. This is how I related to her anyway. I think there are 2 perspectives on this film. Either you can empathize with it or hate it. People with BPD suffer a lot from this since BPD seems like a narcissistic personality disorder. I believe people suffering with this illness and any other mental illness will relate in a way that is hard for the rest to understand. I do not want to spoil it but there are so many hidden gems and messages in this movie. If you don't watch it carefully the first time, look again the second.
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