Ana, 30, is an ambulance driver. Though good at her job, she has problems relating in her personal life. She doesn't know it, but she suffers from a condition known by psychiatrists as ...
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Ana, 30, is an ambulance driver. Though good at her job, she has problems relating in her personal life. She doesn't know it, but she suffers from a condition known by psychiatrists as Borderline Personality Disorder. The situation pushes her to outbreaks of self-destructive behaviour, alcohol abuse and self-harm. Ana is incapable of getting what she wants most: to be happy.Written by
Originally conceived as a documentary about people with Borderline Personality Desorder, director Fernando Franco dropped the project when he realized that his subjects changed and accentuate the Desorder traits when aware of the camera. See more »
Written by Joakim Lindberg, Victor Nilsson, Christine Björk and Erik Nilsson
Produced by Simon Jansson, Joakim Lindberg and Victor Nilsson
Performed by MF/MB See more »
A correct approach to describing the Borderline Personality Disorder. I've read this movie started as a documentary, and it should have stayed that way. This movie lacks support and sustenance to keep your attention. It feels like an uneventful depiction of symptoms without an actual plot line. Having said that, the lead acting is on point and I truly felt sorry for Ana. Bottom line, this a technically correct film with a forgettable story.
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