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Alicia plays Erika, a traumatized mother of a newborn baby in whom she caused brain damage
Alicia plays Erika, a traumatized mother of a newborn baby in whom she caused brain damage because of her fear in giving birth in the natural way. Is her best character, Alicia gives everything for this role. Who sees her in this one can hardly remember that she's not that girl that is suffering because of a mistake she committed, the one that will follow her for all life.
The film could be a drama like any other: some problematic people come together trying to cope with their fears and traumas. And yeah, they are being able to help each other, BUT it has a goal point here: Erika! She is suffering a lot and she's carrying some heavy feelings, effects of her trauma, BUT she doesn't let it show. We follow Erika's point of view and we can barely feel her soul. Of course part of the job is coming from Alicia's performance, but the really well written script is also something to add up.
From the beginning of the movie till the end, we keep waiting to see WHY Erika is the only one not being healed, after all she's the one that got the idea, and she's the one funding everything. We want to see this group therapy having some effect on her, but it doesn't. So she needs more than that, she needs "the drop in a cup full of water". And she gets it.
So the movie is about life and how we all repress our feelings, every time. The movie is about let it out and don't mind what people thinking about us. This movie is about the human being in its greatness.