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Jamie Lee Curtis,
The big thing for me is, sure it's a good documentary, but it is one, super triggering and two, lots of people at Renfrew are average or above average weight, seeing as Renfrew deals with all eating disorders. Just saying, this is a huge blanket and not as accurate as it could be. It was very good. The only complaint is the huge Stereo type blanket of All girls with eating disorders are severely underweight. Yeah, that is NOT TRUE AT ALL. But I'm glad most recovered as far as I know. Why do you have to have freaking ten lines?! Um, also, the movie painted it kinda hopelessly, which is also, thankfully inaccurate. Yeah.
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