The series was released on June 9 on Apple TV+ crowded room taken from the novel Billy Milligan’s Mind by Daniel Keyes from 1981 (published in Italy in 2009 by Editris Nord with the title room full of people, The novel is based on the true story of Billy Milligan.
in the cast of the series we find tom holland Daniel in the title role alongside Amanda Seyfried and Emmy Rossum.
Daniel, arrested as a suspect in a crime, is interrogated by a detective (Seyfried) in search of the truth. What will emerge from these meetings is that Daniel is not just Daniel; In fact, more people live in it because of the sufferings of the past…
If the topic of dissociative disorder and multiple personalities interests you, we recommend other movies and TV series that deal with it.
united states star
The series, which aired for three seasons between 2009 and 2011, sees the protagonist Toni Collette As Tara, a housewife and mother of a family. Tara has dissociative personality disorder and lives in her home with a pious housewife, a teenage girl, and a war veteran named Buck.
the opposite of what happens in crowded room, united states star treats the disorder in an ironic way, minimizing the disease (without ever minimizing it).
Bates Motel + Psycho
Definitely psychoanalyst Alfred Hitchcock is one of the first and most famous examples of a split personality. Norman Bates, as we all remember, is the one who, disguised as a woman, commits murders inside the motel he manages.
Bates Motel, Composed of five seasons that aired between 2013 and 2017, it first tells the story of Norman psychoanalyst, In the series the man is played by Freddie Highmore and his mother by Vera Farmiga. Bates Motel examines the relationship between the two characters, digging into Norman’s Oedipus Complex.
just for the story of billy milligan crowded roomShyamalan was inspired to make him the hero of his film.
Split (2016) is the second film in the superhero trilogy, produced and composed by the director unbreakable (2000) and glass (2019).
protagonist, played by James Mcavoykidnaps three girls (including the one played by Casey). Anya taylor-joy) taking them captive. The kidnapper is none other than Dennis, one of the multiple personalities of a man with dissociative disorder named Kevin. Casey has to be able to escape the man before it’s too late.
ME, ME and Irene
Released in 2000, me, me and irene Treats personality disorders with humor and irony.
The protagonist of the film is Charlie, played by jim carrey, a good and somewhat naïve policeman who is always exploited and ill-treated by others for this reason. Because of this repression of people who mock him, Charlie develops another persona: Hank. Hank is blunt, rude and always angry and dominant whenever he feels his counterpart is not being respectful. One day, Charlie is assigned to escort a lady, Irene (Renée Zellweger), to New York. But the couple is being followed by some men who are looking for Irene.
While it’s not great as a movie, Jim Carrey’s performance in the dual role of Charlie and Hank is as brilliant as ever.
splashes of fear
Released in 1996, pieces of fear is a thriller with the protagonist Richard Gere and Edward Norton.
Gere plays Martin Vail, a famous lawyer who one day decides to defend young altar boy Aaron Stampler (Norton) against a murder charge. In fact, the boy is accused of the seventy-eight stabbings of the Archbishop of Chicago. Matters immediately get very complicated. Not only are stronger forces at work in the shadows, but Aaron appears to be suffering from a strange illness…
Norton’s performance earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.
We’ll Tell You About Violation Of The First Rule Of Fight Club fight Club, The 1999 cult film, based on Chuck Palahniuk’s novel of the same name, fight Club It was not very successful upon its release, then was being re-evaluated over the years. directed by David Fincher sees its protagonist among Edward Norton, flat nail Pit And Helena Bonham Carter,
fight Club It is a critique of modern consumerism and the alienation of contemporary man. The protagonist (Norton) is the stereotype of the average disgruntled and anxious man. During one of his business trips, he meets Tyler (Pitt), with whom he decides to form the Fight Club, a secret society whose members participate in violent fighting matches between themselves.
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