For the Love of Nancy
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This is certainly the best movie I have seen dealing with an eating disorder. It takes you into the mind of the sufferer...and a true one at that. Because Tracy Gold made this movie just getting out of treatment for anorexia, it trult depicts what hell a person is in with this demond. It also shares light on what a famiuly goes through as a loved one suffers. Alothough not everyone suffers the same, has the same help, or suffers from the same reasons I am sure that if you suffer from an eating disorder, or have a loved on who does yoiu will relate.
The wonderful thing about this movie is that it not only shows the damaging mental, emotional, and physical effects that the sufferer feels, but it also shows the devastating effect that it has on the sufferers loved ones.
Another great thing about the movie is the ending. While its typical that nancy (the main character in the movie) recovers, she also has a very inspirational message at the end that brings me to tears
I think it is very true to life, and also should help family and other people in general understand the complexities of the disease.
Please watch with caution!
This movie is rare, out of print, get your copy before its too late!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this movie i still can remember the 1st time i saw it. But not happy that its so expensive to buy. Hopefully in due time the price will drop downPublished 6 months ago by Cait Davis
Watched this to be more informed for my job at drug and alcohol rehab.Published 17 months ago by Janice Lundblad
Awesome movie!!! However I wouldn't' pay the price that's listed on on this websitePublished 21 months ago by Vanessa Leslie
I've watched For the Love of Nancy too many times to count & I'm always impressed. Tracy Gold had actually suffered from an eating disorder, so it's very easy to get caught up in... Read morePublished on May 27, 2009 by Kate Hillyard
Good show to explain an eating disorder. Not the best I have ever seen. End is unrealisticPublished on February 8, 2008 by doc2010