This is a short list of four major, but not particularly well-known, mental health movies that I recommend you watch. I’m not suggesting that you watch them in a theater or even with your spouse. I am suggesting that you do so in your own home, with the lights low and the volume turned down. In my opinion, these movies are essential viewing for anyone interested in mental health and addiction.
While some movies may be inappropriate for a viewing in your own home, many of them are extremely effective at making you feel more connected to others. The reason for this is that they allow us to vicariously experience the pain and suffering a person is feeling. It is difficult to do this in the real world, even if you have the mental capacity to feel it.
We all have a “bad taste in our mouth” sometimes, but these movies seem to have made it something that we can feel. These movies allow us to vicariously experience the pain and suffering a person is feeling. It is difficult to do this in the real world, even if you have the mental capacity to feel it. Also, I have to wonder about how many people actually get that they are watching movies that are really about someone else’s pain and suffering.
This is because these movies are about someone’s pain and suffering, but they are not the same type of pain and suffering as we experience in real life. There is no “real” pain and suffering here, only the pain of someone else. It’s as if these people are sitting in a dark room, feeling their own pain and suffering, while being filmed in a movie theatre that is actually a dark room.