PG-13 | | Drama, Horror, Mystery
An Oxford graduate takes up a job in a mental asylum, only to discover that the "revolutionary" new treatments are inhumane and that there is more going on than meets the eye.
David Thewlis and Brendan Gleeson also appeared in the Harry Potter franchise, where they both played defense-against-the dark-arts teachers, Remus Lupin and "Mad-Eye" Moody respectively.
Of all the afflictions I think of none more cruel than madness. It robs a man of his reason, his dignity, his very soul. And it does so, so slowly, without the remorse of death.
During the film, which is set in 1899, it is stated several times that after the new year, they would enter a new century. But in reality a new century, the 20th by the way, would be born only on 1901.