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“Ashley Judd’s performance is nothing short of riveting.” – The Huffington Post. On the outside, Helen (Ashley Judd) has the perfect life – a loving family, a beautiful house and a successful career – but when her suppressed mental illness resurfaces, the world crumbles around her. Crippled by depression, Helen befriends Mathilda (Lauren Lee Smith), a kindred spirit struggling with bipolar disorder. Together the two find the solace they had been seeking.
This is the absolute best and most accurate depiction of mental illness, specifically depression I have ever seen in a film. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by R. Anderson
Sturdy and very well made. Loved using these hardening and planting flowers!Published 3 days ago by Darcy R. Waggoner
i understand depression and mental illness it is what this is about but man i got depressed watching it.Published 20 days ago by ladylansing
Compelling story of a woman with early onset Alzheimer's. Excellent story and acting. Though sad, I would watch it again.Published 26 days ago by Theresa in Colorado