Brain on Fire (2016)

PG-13   |    |  Biography, Drama


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A young, capable professional cannot explain her newly erratic behavior.


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  • Richard Armitage and Chloë Grace Moretz in Brain on Fire (2016)
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25 June 2017 | phd_travel
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| Some doctors can be wrong - make sure you go to the right one
A healthy young reporter starts having psychotic episodes and seizures. Initially doctors diagnosed her with psychiatric problems. This movie teaches us to question the diagnoses our doctors give us when they can't give you the answers that you know deep down are right. Many treat symptoms with medication but don't go to the cause. It took a specialist doctor who interestingly in this time of the crisis in the Middle East is of Syrian origin to find the root of the problem which was a relatively newly diagnosed auto immune disease and treat her. After all the struggle with the missed or wrong diagnosis it would have been nice to see the specific treatment she got to get better.

Chloe Grace Moretz acts very convincingly throughout the very stages of her illness. I can't think of another actress who could have done it better. She has grown even prettier too. Strange casting of her parents Carrie Anne Moss and Richard Armitage both dark haired - maybe it was like that in real life.

Well done - a movie that needs to be seen by many.

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