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OCD: The War Inside (2002)

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), like many mental illnesses, is often the subject of ridicule or even uncomprehending disapproval. However, to its sufferers and their loved ones, OCD is... See full summary »
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Marvin Freedman Marvin Freedman ... Himself
Tricia Huggins Tricia Huggins ... Herself
Chris Krija Chris Krija ... Himself
Mark Pancer Mark Pancer ... Himself
Grace Petrella Grace Petrella ... Herself
Ainsley Stewart Ainsley Stewart ... Herself
Andrew Stewart Andrew Stewart ... Himself
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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), like many mental illnesses, is often the subject of ridicule or even uncomprehending disapproval. However, to its sufferers and their loved ones, OCD is anything but a joke. OCD, The War Inside gives viewers an intimate look at the painful reality of the disease through the eyes of four victims and the people who love them. Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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17 November 2002 (USA) See more »

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do you think your life is bad? try being these people
18 August 2005 | by vincent-27See all my reviews

Some of this movie is very difficult to watch. There was something very unsettling about it, these dysfunctional people in their dysfunctional relationships. It must be horrible to have these uncontrollable thoughts going around in your head over and over all the time. I questioned a lot of the appropriateness of the questions and tactfulness of talking about how much your child drives you crazy and how you sometimes want to get rid of them and they're standing right there! That must be very traumatic. I wonder how of these kids problems are psychological, caused by a dysfunctional family. Anyway, it's one of those documentaries that, if you do not have OCD, it will kind of like watching a train wreck or Jerry Springer, you are fascinated by the horror of it all.


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