Can you tell me good movies/series about mental illnesses.
Watch this movie. It's about a wealthy suicidal NEET who hangs out with an old lady and the problems they face. Super comfy.
It's coming out in April I think. It apparently won a bunch of awards, too. I got the whole first season onto a USB and have rewatched most episodes but still have no idea wtf is up with his dad.
can you fuckin normies fuck off?
YES THE PROTAGONIST HAS AUTISM AND TALKS TO HIS DEAD DAD
YES THE GIRL WITH MAKE UP IS HIS SISTER AND HE TONGUE KISSES HER
YES ITS LIKE FIGHT CLUB
The Sopranos is the greatest tv show to ever air and it deals a lot with depression, anxiety, and panic attacks. It throws other mental illnesses such as alzheimers and homosexuality in there too.
Taxi Driver and Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer are the only interesting films about antisocial personality disorder that actually portray it as a miserable experience with no redeeming features. The rest all add lipstick onto the characters.
Birdy has to do with a full blown autist who is obsessed with birds being v& and his friend tries to fix him with mixed results iirc.
Also the twilight zone can be considered about mental illness since you're never really sure what is real and what is imagined.
Courage the Cowardly Dog is kinda the lite cartoon version.
A lot of japanese horror is mental. Higurashi being the first that comes to mind.
forgot to mention Sybil.
It was a pretty bizarre look at multiple personality disorder.
Six Feet Under. Depictions of relationships between the mentally ill and caretakers. Everyone has their faults and baggage. Forgiveness and support is somewhat common. Controlling behaviors, selfishness, abuse, manipulation, resentment, and hatred are shown. It is mostly a show about how terrible people can be.
As Good As It Gets is a decent portrayal of the misery and pain of untreated mental illness.
It looks like a mental illness to me...
Sorry, the thread was on page 11 and I wanted to post this. It's about a bridge in the US where a lot of people kill themselves. Brooklyn Bridge, I think, based on the weather conditions of the cover of the movie. I've never seen it, but a few robots have recommended it in the past. I believe it actually talks about suicide and depression as a mental illness, and not as a "tragic accident, if only there was something we could've done :'^( #rip" like so many normies act.
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