"Murder Inside of Me" revolves around a tight group of friends living in Orange County, Southern California, who discover that Kile has a secret he's been hiding from everyone, including his fiance; Paige. He suffers from schizophrenia. Following a series of family tragedies, he decides to stop taking his medication. And once the daily trials of life become too much to bear, he begins slipping over the edge. Eventually ending up on the streets, his friends struggle with the silence, not knowing whether Kile is healthy, or even alive. Written by
"Murder Inside Of Me" should absolutely be required viewing in all High School & College Psychology classes.. This extremely well told true story explains in vivid details how driven by Schizophrenia so many young people are now ending up homeless on the streets of America.. I live in New York City & am daily quite aware of the obvious increase in amount of younger homeless kids & of both sexes.. The youthful homeless in Manhattan are now on every block.. Not just confined to what used to be known as old drunken HoBo's on "The Bowery".. This is a Must-See Indie that definitely has award winning potential.. Beautifully filmed.. Wonderful editing.. Excellent casting.. Great acting.. Bravo !!
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