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In New Orleans, Madison Walker suffers from dissociative identity disorder (DID) and tries to commit suicide. She is treated together with other patients by the psychologist Dr. Elizabeth Barnes. Madison has an estranged mother, who is a religious fanatic woman, and her father was neglectful with her when she was younger. When Madison leaves the psychiatric hospital, she goes to her old apartment. Then she decides to lock herself in the apartment for thirty day expecting to find why she is so messed up since she has neither friend not a job. On the 30th day, Madison makes an important discovery about Dr. Barnes and her patients. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Great to see a filmmaker address such prevalent issues like suicide
First off, the scenery in this film is absolutely stunning! Visually, everything was so perfect, I didn't take my eyes off the screen once! I'm so happy to see that Katherine Brooks is not afraid to address suicide, since it is so prevalent today, especially in the younger generation and LGBT community. People need to realize that suicide and feeling alone is something we need to talk about, not a taboo subject that should be swept under the rug. It was very interesting to see the how thoughts of suicide affect someone and the struggles they have. I have to say Taryn Manning was hands down my favorite in the film. She was so great in her role. The ending will definitely take you by surprise for sure!
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