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  • Albrechtsen Moon posted an update 2 months ago

    Any mental illness are grateful, though difficult subject for a film. Somehow Oddly, that disturbances in the brain of human nature are an interesting topic worthy of deeper knowledge. Countless productions told already about the various forms erode mental balance, whether it is treating a bipolar ( "Girl, Interrupted"), or taking to grips with the heaviest caliber behavior deviating from the broader Standard ( "One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest" with the whole gallery of colorful characters ). It would seem that the new positions touching on the already battered subspecies film have no right to anything surprise. Fortunately for moviegoers experienced, there are still gems such as "Mind in the fire."

    The beads may here and there soiled slightly dull; but a closer look at the shimmering glow quite impressive. Developer modest and not very nagłaśnianego image based on the true story of certainty did not invent the wheel again. Although Mr. Barrett gave the viewer a decent session allows to enter into the dark recesses of the mind a person suffering from an unidentified disease closer.

          Chloë Grace Moretz Denver and Delilah ProductionsBroad Green PicturesFoundation FeaturesBlank Page Productions Susannah Cahalan (Chloë Grace Moretz) is a young and promising journalist puts the first steps in the newspaper "New York Post". The girl has a loving boyfriend Stephen (Thomas Mann), a remarkable talent for writing and a bright future ahead of him. Unfortunately, the blissful idyll does not last long … Susannah eventually begins to feel more and stronger attacks of psychosis, which is experiencing the most unexpected moments. Parents of young lady doing everything to help their offspring. Doctors, however, spread his hands helplessly, blaming poor health for stimulants, stress and excessive alcohol consumption. The mother (Carrie-Anne Moss) and father (Richard Armitage) know that this is not the problem.

    Is Susannah win the fight for health and will return to his former life? Chloë Grace Moretz, Carrie-Anne Moss, Richard Armitage Denver and Delilah ProductionsBroad Green PicturesFoundation FeaturesBlank Page Productions spec marketers gave stain in the case of the reviewed production.

    Grotty cover film brings to mind the very youth cinema, which now are fed into unconsciousness viewers.

    Who would have thought that "Mind on Fire" is a serious position with a sense of how irritable takes up the main theme? Director and screenwriter in one, Mr. Gerard Barrett, is almost a complete novice in the Hollywood business. After all, the lack of a rich heritage of film makers did not prevent perspektywicznemu in a fresh approach to the theme wyświechtanego after all.

    Much of the credit expertly dispensed unprecedented development of the disease and a few visual tricks.

          Chloë Grace Moretz Denver and Delilah ProductionsBroad Green PicturesFoundation FeaturesBlank Page Productions Chloë Grace Moretz Denver and Delilah ProductionsBroad Green PicturesFoundation FeaturesBlank Page Productions Chloë Grace Moretz Denver and Delilah ProductionsBroad Green PicturesFoundation FeaturesBlank Page Productions idyllic mood gradually diversified narrative is increasingly manic behavior of the main character. Initially, the disease manifests itself leaves only a blurred vision and muffled sound in the later stages of psychosis and symptoms attached to said irrational behavior mixed with epileptic attack. With well-outlined changes consciousness ruthlessly shown on the screen, the viewer can almost feel on your own skin so tragic protagonist and her closest people. It is the reaction to emphasize family and friends deepens pronunciation film and makes the recipient actually concerned about the fate of Susanna.

          Chloë Grace Moretz Denver and Delilah ProductionsBroad Green PicturesFoundation FeaturesBlank Page Productions Alex Zahara, Carrie-Anne Moss Denver and Delilah ProductionsBroad Green PicturesFoundation FeaturesBlank Page Productions Cahalan In the role of the young cast was lovely Chloë Grace Moretz. She is currently doing a pretty outstanding career, appearing every move in both blockbusterach and in smaller titles.

    Overall performance in the described position fell neatly, but in a few moments, the girl ran out of a bit of creative professional grinding and authenticity. For some great scenes there is at least one, in which Ms.
    Friends sharing policy Moretz gives everything of himself or exaggerated charges forward on the screen (see: toned, and thus gaining the tone, the attitude of the hospital versus overly expressive mood swings in the editorial). Critics worldwide as one man found that the role of the artist Cahalan fell almost in self-parody.

    I personally do not podchodziłbym but its efforts so critically screen. She barely exceeded twenty, and the proof is still time to dopieszc