Better yet, auction it off. If she wore everything once, which she didn't, no one would know. My friend has taken out a loan to pay a company to help her hoarding. She bought all of that stuff and doesn't know what it is. She tells them to keep it for themselves, give it away or throw it away, whatever they want. I'm going to assume that means the three unopened Amazon boxes she has by the door and can't remember what's in them.
In the movie's crazy lady's horde, are actual things worth gobs of money. Auction!! Nah. She was told, like my friend, to throw it away. Jeesh. And will it help either of them? No. They need therapy. Neither gets it.
I was once there and now my credit is rock bottom and I don't have a credit cards. Amazon will tell you, I still buy my fair share (my profile figure on my tablet actually waves at me), but I pay all my bills first when my SS check is deposited. I got therapy. I don't want credit cards.
As a matter of fact, as the movie ended, it dawned on me that I own the book!!! Well, I'll find out if the book is better. It usually is.
And, in the end, she still wins. Real people don't. They lose. Starting in 2020, another friend and I went through the stuff I have and we really did give away my stuff. It is hard to stop hording. And I have heard others have done the same...a few good things really have come out of Covid.
The top stars were given next to nothing to do. The two so-called stars blew it. That's a lot to say about Hugh Dancy! The list of female TOP name women who turned down the lead role is amazing. Yeah, they reached the bottom.
Even the best lines were taken from other movies (read the trivia).
No popcorn. Move on.