|Оригинальное название: Shrink|
|Год выпуска: 2009|
|Хронометраж: 104 мин|
|Производство: Roadside Attractions, Trigger Street Productions, Ignite Entertainment|
|Сайт фильма: http://www.shrinkthemovie.net/|
|Режиссер: Йонас Пэйт / Jonas Pate|
- Кевин Спейси / Kevin Spacey... Henry Carter
- Робин Уильямс / Robin Williams... Holden
- Дерек Альварадо / Derek Alvarado... Ramirez
- Джо Нуньес / Joe Nunez... Recording Supervisor
- Марк Веббер / Mark Webber... Jeremy
- Кеке Палмер / Keke Palmer... Jemma
- Джек Хьюстон / Jack Huston... Shamus
- Саффрон Берроуз / Saffron Burrows... Kate Amberson
- Пелл Джеймс / Pell James... Daisy
- Ада Луз Пла / Ada Luz Pla... Teacher
- Сьерра Эйлина МакКлейн / Sierra Aylina McClain... Carina
- Даллас Робертс / Dallas Roberts... Patrick
- Джесси Племонс / Jesse Plemons... Jesus
- Роберт Лоджа / Robert Loggia... Dr. Robert Carter
- Джоэль Гретш / Joel Gretsch... Evan
- Джо Нивз / Joe Nieves... Lil King
- Томас Моффетт / Thomas Moffett... Director
- Эшли Грин / Ashley Greene... Missy
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«Голливудский мозгоправ тоже расслабляется»
В центре сюжета — голливудский психоаналитик и заядлый курильщик марихуаны, находящийся во власти личной трагедии, с отсутствием веры в способность помочь своим пациентам. Тем не менее он вынужден принимать бесконечно страдающих знаменитостей, среди которых Робин Уильямс, Лора Рэмси, Джек Хьюстон, Грифин Данн, Роберт Лоджиа, Гор Видал, Марк Веббер и другие.
Closure in the Land Where Dreams Come True
I saw this film twice. Oddly enough, each time i was able to pick up something else. Perhaps the most important thing that left a big imprint was closure and how it can be achieved, sometimes with the help of others, who are suffering and looking also for closure by themselves. The cloud of marijuana smoke can't numb the pain of the main character, Hollywood shrink, Henry Carter, played by Kevin Spacey, who is alone and living on top of the hills of LA, rich and famous, with the city at his feet, but still a wounded man in search for closure after the death by suicide of his wife. Kevin Spacey with his face alone does an excellent job showing to the camera, the progression of the emotional decay, which Dr. Carter is experiencing.
All this framed by a city, LA, and Hollywood, with all the loneliness and empty feeling of their manicured lawns and beautiful houses.
His network of friends are now patients, and he's alone, but without knowing that, all his patients are in one way or another seeking for the same closure.
Jemma, Keke Palmer is experiencing the same emotional anger for the lost of her mother, but instead seeking refuge in movie theaters and dreaming of one day be part of that world.
Shamus, Jack Huston, perhaps channeling Colin Farrell, the hot new Irish actor of action films, is hurting because he wants to be taken seriously, even if he doesn't know what that means.
Jeremy, Mark Webber, the aspiring writer suffering from Writer's block in search for an idea and a new love.
Kate Amberson, Saffron Burrows realizing that is too old for Hollywood but still young to feel love again.
Jack Holden, Robin Williams in a rare cameo appearance, portraying the aging macho actor in search for the last round at the sex game, to prove that he still has it.
And I left for last, Dallas Roberts, with his character of Patrick, the movie agent, with a compulsive disorder and a talent for hurting others people feelings. All that done in a incredible job with all the mannerisms and "talk" of Hollywood.
As the films moves on, you can see some of the same synergies showed in "Good Will Hunting" between shrink and patients, but in this case is more concentrated on the side of the doctor, the healer.
All these characters come along and resolve their issues, sometimes by themselves sometimes with the help of the each others, and in the process,they achieve the most important objective, to heal the healer, Dr. Carter.
This movie is a small gem, with very good character description and excellent acting especially from Kevin Spacey and Dallas Roberts, perhaps not as powerful and strong, but it achieves what the director had in mind in a very subtle and consistent way. I agree with a comment expressed before "Shrink is small in hype but big in quality." Автор рецензии: zulu789Афиша