Fact-based drama about the life of Marie Balter, who spent most of her young life in mental institutions. At age 16, she first attempted suicide and the next 20 years she spent in and out of the institutions. At last, a caring doctor started treating her for extreme depression and panic disorder. Weened from strong medications she had taken all her life, at age 36, she emerged for the last time and started a rehabilitation program in the home of a volunteer married couple. There she met a fellow patient with whom she developed a romantic relationship. She also started a college degree. This followed with a long-term professional success in the field of mental health.
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Gimly M (us) wrote: Though objectively I can say with some certainty that the first Grave Encounters is the better movie of the two, this second helping still got me excited in a way for the franchise itself. Sure, the third act is essentially just a worse version of the whole first movie, but Grave Encounters 2 tries some new things, not just in terms of this film series, but something new to Found Footage Horror overall.
James K (ag) wrote: Hear Me is a very interesting movie depicting an immense sisterly love between two deaf sisters; acted out so smoothly and naturally by the two lead actresses it makes you wonder whether they are real-life sisters. The younger sister Yang Yang is the bread-earner, works hard to protect her older sister pursuing her dream of entering the Deaflympics soon to beheld in their home town Taipei. Yang Yang met a boy who develops an interest in her, but the boy is also deaf. Now Yang Yang has to decide to choose between family and her love interest.The film touches on themes of discrimination, sense of value and what sacrifice could mean and bring. The plot flows easily with artistic presentation of Taipei, both the new and the old. It has the feel of a commercial tourism introduction film at times. The amazing usage of long uncut, single sequence for panorama was a total gem.The depth of human relationship depicted here certainly falls on family/sisters. It may have not been that deep for extended exploration but it is enough to anchor the audience to also ponder about how we treat the deaf (or any other disabled person), how we talk about them, perceive them and talk to them.
Snehasis P (ru) wrote: It's a piece that either u can like or hate it...
Ahmad J (de) wrote: Sir Ian McKellen shows the zenith of his acting virtuosity in this outstanding film about the life of film director James Whale, while the rest of the cast bring their A-game in attempt to match his greatness.
Juli N (it) wrote: Surprisingly funny, warm, touching and vastly underrated!
Louis K (ag) wrote: A great Saturday afternoon matinee for the whole family. If only the politicians in real life were like the ones in this movie, the world would be much simpler.
James C (ru) wrote: Filme of the Four wast on, an I wast to behold thys, o magnificent Heston! 'Twas an after'noon I shalt not spend so pleasured but once a month.
Sydney B (kr) wrote: All I have to say is Joan McCracken and Ray MacDonald's Pass the Peace Pipe number is hands down one of the best musical numbers in movie history.
Serge L (jp) wrote: The story holds up, logically. Clint is set up to be the hero once again, that makes the film a bit standard. As tv film, it is fine. We get to play crime solver a little. This is not a thriller, it is a crime mystery and a real film.