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A interestingly mundane 90min consisting of nine women including a therapist, with each 'patient' having unequal sharing time with the group. It's safe to say the proportion of extroverts to introverts is 1:1. The awkward cacophony of voices, morals and lifestyles is felt almost immediately as the first session is more or less incessant bickering over queer lifestyle. Needless to say, the bigot & the Christian tag-team against the lesbian & the amputee whose beau is going thru a F to M transition. If this is anything like reality, I think I'm okay with my depression & generalized anxiety; god forbid if any of them were to start crying, the room fell all but silent with the weeping, unstable character completely exposed with no empathy or sympathy whatsoever.
LOVED the music! And Tom Wilkinson is exceptional as always.
While the subject's appeal is limited and the film's 106-minute running time excessive, viewers who do respond to the pic will find it raw, real and cathartic.