And what about Dr. Beautiful Mind, A Genre: Psychopathology, Treatment, Moral Development This is a classic portrayal of the famous English asylum, Bedlam, in the late s.
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Developmental, Social Although over a quarter of a century old now, this movie has become a cult favorite and still is relevant today. Five students are sentenced to Saturday detention in the school library. Each represents a different stereotype: A fun film, yet still addresses concepts of conformity and bias. Breaking the Waves Genre: What personality disorder is most likely for her? Caine Mutiny, The Genre: Interesting portrayal of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and its treatment.
Virtually every character demonstrates susceptibility to bias, reliance on stereotypes. Meeting his brothers and mother is so revealing. The brother Charles is the most endearing. Do you see it? His friends also have their share of psychopathology. Allows for exploration of friendships, group dynamics. See my article on the topic for more information. The father is the classic good-hearted, well-intentioned parent who becomes oppressive. Jim experiences significant cognitive dissonance when confronted with his own wants and desires which conflict with those of his father.
The portrayal of his mental health treatment is one of the best and most accurate. Here is a film which fights against the stigma of mental illness. Jeff Bridges and Rosie Perez are great. Also their relationship seems to bring salvation for both. I really enjoyed this movie! What do you think? A woman coping with life during the Civil War. Consider her behavior in light of the culture of the time.
Classic comedy with Jimmy Stewart hallucinating? Consider the portrayal of psychiatry and the mental asylum and the apparent ease with which one seemed to be able to commit a person. Also, one might think Harvey was a result of too much alcohol, but do we actually see Jimmy Stewart ever drink? Ah, if we all were so afflicted! A young art student is having an affair with a married cardiologist whose wife is pregnant. She becomes suicidal when it is apparent that he is not going to leave the wife. This is the case of a delusional disorder subtype.
One of the best portrayals of the painful depths and hopelessness of depression and its effects on others. Nicole Kidman portrays Virginia Woolf, who is writing the novel Mrs. Dalloway, while another woman is reading the book in the s, and a third present day woman is living it.
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All three lives have parallels of depression and suicide. Fantastic portrayal of the impact of depression on family members and the power of endogenous depression. What motivates the suicides portrayed in the film?
See my article on the topic. Absolutely great, quick dialogue. Psychopathology, Dissociative Disorders, Forensic A fast moving thriller with a major psychological twist. Does it perpetuate mental health stigma? Interesting portrayal of a forensic mental health hearing. Ellen Page, Michael Cera Topics: The dialogue is clever and quirky, earning it an Academy Award for original screenplay. Allows for exploration of various reactions to teen pregnancy. Annette Benning, Julianne Moore Topics: A lesbian couple has raised two well-adjusted children, each born by artificial insemination from the same donor.
The family dynamics and the way conflict is addressed by the couple and the family as a whole is one of the best, healthiest, portrayals in film. It has been nominated for multiple Academy Awards and appropriately so. Joachim Calmeyer, Tomas Nordstrom Topics: Today, we would think of this as Human Factors Psychology.
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This movie is a twist, with rural Norwegian bachelors being the research subjects. Of course, this artificial setting cannot last. The film deals with research methods, male friendships, and identity development. A truly different, endearing, and at times laugh out loud funny movie. Psychopathology, Psychotic Disorders, Treatment An enjoyable movie about a man admitted to a psychiatric facility and a dedicated psychiatrist.
At what point are boundaries crossed? What is your interpretation of the ending? If he was not an alien, what would the proper diagnosis be? How does this support the diathesis-stress model? Great portrayal of the relationships among patients. Lars is an office worker in a small time. Lars introduces her as his foreign girlfriend, who is in a wheelchair. One can only hope that this sort of film could destigmatize mental illness and model supportive family and community response.
Social I love Hitchcock movies and this is a great one. The movie takes place on a lifeboat during World War II after a passenger ship was torpedoed by a German vessel, which also then sank. There are multiple Social Psychology concepts at play — prejudice, attitude change, conformity, etc. Psychopathology, Psychotic Disorders, Personality Disorders, Treatment Interesting somewhat over-the-top movie portraying an upscale mental hospital. Contains one of the most stigmatizing, and incorrect, explanations of schizophrenia.
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There is the brother, Steve Carrell, who is recently released from a psychiatric facility after making a suicide attempt, the teen son who has selective mutism, the narcissistic father, the disinhibited grandfather, the mother who tries to keep it all together, and the girl who miraculously floats through this chaos, demonstrating remarkable optimism and coping. Despite seeming dysfunction, this family works; they come through for each other at just the right moments. Based on true story of King George of England.
Psychosis caused by a metabolic disorder porphyria. Part of the problem is that filmgoers attend well-meaning political movies to experience an odd sort of moral absolution. Maybe it takes a vulgarian to explode the pieties of good taste and illuminate bitter historical truths.
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By Mark Peranson Like all Cannes film festivals, the 71st began brightly for this correspondent with the highest of hopes. By Mark Peranson Cinema Scope: One of the biggest stories in Cannes this year is your physical return and the. He is driven obsessively to right these perceived wrongs and feels entirely justified in adopting whatever means he deems necessary in pursuing this goal. Ripley's reality test is maintained throughout the film.
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In other words - while he gradually merges with the object of his admiring emulation, the young Greenleaf - Ripley can always tell the difference. After he kills Greenleaf in self-defense, he assumes his name, wears his clothes, cashes his checks and makes phone calls from his rooms.
But he also murders - or tries to murder - those who suspect the truth. These acts of lethal self-preservation prove conclusively that he knows who he is and that he fully realizes that his acts are parlously illegal. Young Greenleaf is young, captivatingly energetic, infinitely charming, breathtakingly handsome and deceivingly emotional. He lacks real talents - he know how to play only six jazz tunes, can't make up his musical mind between his faithful sax and a newly alluring drum kit and, an aspiring writer, can't even spell.
These shortcomings and discrepancies are tucked under a glittering facade of nonchalance, refreshing spontaneity, an experimental spirit, unrepressed sexuality and unrestrained adventurism. He cheats on his lovely and loving girlfriend, Marge. He refuses to lend money - of which he seems to have an unlimited supply, courtesy his ever more disenchanted father - to a girl he impregnated. She commits suicide and he blames the primitiveness of the emergency services, sulks and kicks his precious record player.
In the midst of this infantile temper tantrum the rudiments of a conscience are visible.