Was that a realistic portrayal of cross-examination of an expert witness? Much like a lighter version of “Crash.” The intertwining of lives and various conflicts allow for discussion of biases and “us” versus “them” mentalities.

The horrors they had to face was undoubtedly nightmarish. While Moore’s portrayal was good acting, the lack of character development is keeping this one off my favorites list.Academy Award winner for Best Actress. Alcohol abuse, dysthymia, narcissism, conversion disorder, marital dysfunction, and wonderfully clever dialogue make this a must see. so thanks for that link, i'll read it later.but i think JP is referring to this complex not in the strictly one sided sexual manner that is often thought of but as the general idea of an unhealthy never ending level of co-dependence between mother and child wherein the child never leaves mother, and mother needs the child forever.Granted given the Crumb's and their apparently weird overt and open sexual fantasies, it would not be inconceivable if there was a lot of incest going on, but like i said i don't think this is what JP is referencing.I mean if we look at the work of Crumb, the characters that are the respective Crumb brothers, are almost always awkward scared children that are dominated. I would be grateful if somebody helps me understand.Ok, So I've found the answer. You can visit the Helfgotts’ personal website to learn more about this interesting man and his wife. Feel more connected to Jackson in this movie? How do you interpret the ending?Autobiographical story of former Hollywood screenwriter, Jerry Stahl, and his struggles with drug addiction. So much to consider – father’s narcissism, son’s budding narcissistic tendencies (from father’s modeling, or his own personality disorder? Great music and photography.WOW – a GOLDMINE of material for psychological analysis, and all true!

Definitely one to see for the psychologically-minded. Drags a bit at the end, though. They enter the system using VR but the mission turns into a trap. This post gon' die but it must be said Crumb was a fantastic documentary and everything Peterson said about it was accurate.

so concerning the oedipal situation, she yes probably said "how could he do this to me" because Charles being at home satisfied mutual needs, that now without him being home, she must face the fact that she is alone, something she should have faced ages ago.New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be castWelcome to the discourse! This film keeps you tense throughout. Note the difference in perception of Bob between the therapist and his family. Meeting his brothers and mother is so revealing. Odours of … Accurate? There was a rumor, accidentally created by During the nine years that it took to make the documentary, Zwigoff said he was “averaging an income of about $200 a month and living with back pain so intense that I spent three years with a loaded gun on the pillow next to my bed, trying to get up the nerve to kill myself.”Critic Jeffrey M. Anderson called it "one of the most brave and honest films I've ever seen", and listed its characteristics as those of "great documentary", giving it four (of four) stars. Seems like a classic tale, until the second half of the movie, when the film rewinds and we see all the same events from the doctor’s perspective.. But I don't know what to think about Robert Crumb. What really was in the best interest of the child? Check out the lineup of new movies and shows streaming on Netflix this month, including Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? It is based on the book by the adopted daughter of famed movie star, Joan Crawford and chronicles the actress’s abusive behavior and mental illness. American professor John Holden arrives in London for a parapsychology conference, only to find himself investigating the mysterious actions of Devil-worshiper Julian Karswell. They hangout at the family owned restaurant. The character is only age 50, so this is described as “atypical.” The maintenance of insight through much of the decline seems inconsistent with the more traditional pattern. Much room for interpretation. An intimate portrait of controversial cartoonist Robert Crumb and his traumatized family. The director's short with the same actor was in competition in Locarno, CRUMBS had a WP in Rotterdam Bright Futures. Despite significant research for the film (watch the supplemental documentary), how realistic were the events?

Strong portrayals of drug addiction (both street drugs and prescription drugs) and its costs.

Her young daughter has been cared for by her brother and his wife. Roger Ebert deems it a “travelogue of hell” – for those who have not experienced the torment of drug addiction, here’s a guided tour. Still worth watching, as Peter O’Toole appears believing he is God and the treatment facility at first seems so benevolent. Was the opposing attorney all that wrong? As the movie progresses, we learn that she was recently released from a mental institution, “almost cured,” almost being the operative word. I watched it last night because of his recommendation and I found it fascinating.

See my A film which demonstrates why flings can be dangerous. This forced intimacy (he helps her with the bedpan, dressing, showering) leads to Oedipal situations. Is this foie a deux (Shared Delusional Disorder?). Beautiful visuals and landscapes of Ethiopia create an mysterious world. even the headless woman comic where he fucks the headless woman, eventually she ends up going crazy and dominating the men.also the women are all amazonian like. I am posting, for anyone who searches and comes across this in future. The portrayal of schizophrenic dialogue is quite good, as well as O’Toole’s initial efforts to suppress his psychosis. Candy hopes that the local witch can help him make sense of these signs, but she tells him that he must travel to the far-away city to find Santa Claus, who is the only one who can tell him what to do. The Lodger: Director David Ondaatje‘s debut is loosely adapted from Hitchcock’s 1927 silent film about a ‘Jack The Ripper’ copycat killer. Directed by Terry Zwigoff.

Think it’s OK to fall in love with the brother of your suicidal client? I was pleasantly surprised, but not totally won over.

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