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Silvie over 1 year ago
probably the best role of Jolie.
Grace 2 years ago
Message was interesting but a little messy and unclear in the end. Amazing acting tho.
Earnshaw Jean Louise 3 years ago
One of my favorite movies. It's a great portrayal of mental illness.
Anastasia Loule over 4 years ago
Amazing cast and acting!
Elizabeth over 4 years ago
I had high expectations, but felt the movie was overrated. It was a good movie nonetheless
ashley lee almost 5 years ago
Great movie, very complex characters who are all well acted.
Emily over 5 years ago
Amazing. Really opened my eyes.
Aliece-Eve Fatin over 5 years ago
Angelina Jolie. Enough said. It was great.
Saška Svirac over 5 years ago
interesting and inspirational, loved it
Robyn Hamilton over 5 years ago
Great performances from Ryder and Jolie, an enjoyable film.
Tyler Nicholson over 5 years ago
Incredible. I loved the film just as much as I loved the book. A+
Ivan D'souza almost 6 years ago
Average. Get the feeling this could have been much better if treated differently.
Fae 6 years ago
Such a fantastic movie. Doesn't romanticize mental illnesses and I appreciated that.
Frankie Linus 6 years ago
It talks about mental illness in a quite light way, but I really liked it. Inspirational.
Aysha Nasser over 6 years ago
madly inspirational.
Kakra over 6 years ago
9/10
brynne xx almost 7 years ago
the plot moved at a good pace instead of getting so sad for so long idk i love it
Aisling Fulcher 7 years ago
Irresponsibly inaccurate, for a film dealing with such weighty subject matter.
Cait 3 months ago
Türkü 1 year ago
Girl, Interrupted is a 1999 drama film about a teenager's 18-month stay at a mental institution, starring Winona Ryder, Brittany Murphy, Angelina Jolie, Whoopi Goldberg and Vanessa Redgrave, with Jolie winning an Academy Award for her performance. The film is an adaption of author Susanna Kaysen's memoir. James Mangold directed, and he, Anna Hamilton Phelan, and Lisa Loomer wrote the screenplay. Susanna Kaysen (Winona Ryder), 18 years old in April 1967, voluntarily checks herself into Claymoore Hospital after an overdose of aspirin and her stay extends for over a year. She denies the accusation from many that she was attempting to commit suicide. Nurses and therapists are surprised when Susanna acknowledges that she does not actually want to go to college and would like to become a writer. She befriends fellow patients Polly "Torch" Clark (Elisabeth Moss), Georgina Tuskin (Clea DuVall), Daisy Randone (Brittany Murphy), Janet Webber (Angela Bettis), and Cynthia Crowley (Jillian...
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