I liked it. I mean, how can you resist that photo, and that subject matter. And the film is not painful...not too painful...to watch from a production values point of view. The acting, weirdly enough, mostly pretty amateur unknowns as far as I can tell with one exception, is ok. The heroine is a female Holden Caulfield type, seriously detached and alienated, not in a hostile way, just in a sort of deadpan, I'm a nobody, who knows nothing, and everyone I know is irritating. So the group therapist is the pro actor you;ll recognize from tv, and he's very engaging, even pulls me in, and gets her character emoting a little bit, and talking a little, and that's where the film literally leaves her. In a better situation, she of some of the irritants, and speaking in sentences even though the guy in front of her is not bright enough to actually understand all of the few sentences she's speaking. There were a couple of out loud laughs, and plentiful, deadpan dry humor, so that lubricates the film enough that it passes harmlessly through one's system. I mean, don't go in with high expectations, and it'll be OK. I liked it. I'd probably watch another movie made by these folks.