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The Lost (2009)

TV Movie  -   -  Thriller  -  2009 (USA)
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A famous psychiatrist deals with a young girl with multiple personality disorder, but as he delves into her personalities, he realizes that there may be darker forces involved.

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Sergi Mateu ...
Molina
Ferran Lahoz ...
Gil
David Selvas ...
Hugo
Jorge Bosch ...
Delgado
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Alex
Miquel Gelabert ...
Alonso
Toby Harper ...
Barry
Bert Palmen ...
Kripke
Cristina García Borràs ...
Rita (as Cristina García-Borrás)
Momo Ballesteros ...
Andrea
Ariadna Zhang ...
Kaya
Tamara Hubert ...
Isabelle
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A famous psychiatrist deals with a young girl with multiple personality disorder, but as he delves into her personalities, he realizes that there may be darker forces involved.

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Two hearts, one fate.

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24 March 2009 | by (Islamic Republic of Iran) – See all my reviews

Wonderful theme and very suspenseful up to the end, it catches the interest of the intelligent viewer and I guess it would be even more catching for a person with Psycology and psychiatry leanings and likings. the ending was a bit obscure to me as I didn't get to know why the doc had interred his wife in Spain, how his revealing the deathbed of the wife led to the cure of the multiple-personality disease of the girl, and what was his intention after all for all his support, consisting his time and effort whatsoever on getting to cure the patient, if it had ever any relatedness to his wife from the very start that he came to Spain? It ended up after all to be another recurrent characters who are faithful protagonists acting at the focal point of the film, while they turn out to be the hideously destructive force of the incidents. What lied beneath this rater sensible character of the composite doc, I am not aware? dealing with patients of psychological disorder? The untold but obvious dealing one can make one wonder if this was a contagious disorder, the patient being cured, caught the doc himself. What I appreciated most was the unaffected character of Dina Meyer who having initiated all this relationship, had seemed to show affections to the doc-if it was not a front, but anyway had seen a scholarly appreciated character torn to piece, and was so calm at the end.


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