After the death of his alcoholic father, Jonathan Breech steals his father's ashes from his brother's house. He drives a stolen car off a cliff in order to commit suicide but he survives. After this, he accepts an alternative sentence of three months in therapy in a psychiatric hospital. There, he joins a suicide group under the supervision of Dr. Figure. He befriends a disturbed Rachel Row (who saw her mother dying in an accident) and Toby (who accidentally killed his brother in a car crash). During the treatment, the sarcastic Jonathan changes his behavior and sees the importance of being alive.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
A joyride through sex, love, and other activities
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for language, some disturbing images and sexual content, and for some drug material
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21 September 2001 (Ireland)
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I know more about the business of suicide in my baby finger, than you do in all your years of training and Freud reading. I gurran-fuckin'-tee ya that.
References Driving Miss Daisy
Written by Stephen Wall and Joseph Wall
Published by Stunning Songs/Copyright Control
Performed by The Walls
Courtesy of Earshot Records See more