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William T. Bolson
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This drama centers on Hank Chinaski, the fictional alter-ego of "Factotum" author Charles Bukowski, who wanders around Los Angeles, CA trying to live off jobs which don't interfere with his primary interest, which is writing. Along the way, he fends off the distractions offered by women, drinking and gambling.
Revolution #9 is the one film that finally gets it right! Most people who write about mental illness (MI) seem to develop the screen play and then simply make one of the characters MI, almost as an after-thought. That simply becomes a movie about mental illness; in Revolution #9 we are taken into the head of a person who has schizophrenia, and we are able to see (as first hand as possible) what it would be like. To get a real accurate idea of both sight and sound of the schizophrenic world, go to:
I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who wants to get a first-hand look at the world of a person with MI. And remember, no matter what you would say, even though it makes perfect sense to you, and is right in your mind, nobody will believe you. Believe me, I know; I've been MI for 15 years.
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