Suicide is one of the most distressing topics known to man. Even the word alone sends a shiver down the spine. The aching desire to end one’s own life is something that will never really be understood by those who are fortunate enough not to have plumbed those emotional depths – yet, tragically, it remains so prevalent among all societies.
Over the years, filmmakers have made attempts at tackling the subject – trying to visualise and convey what it is like to want to end it all, how harrowing and macabre a suicide would look and the emotional fallout undergone by anyone who has survived an attempt. Films have portrayed suicide attempts across a tonal smorgasbord – darkly funny, bitterly tragic or stoic and even totally emotionless.
It’s a psychological experience more personal to the individual than any other, and for a filmmaker to have their character get that »
- Joe Gardner
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