I like movies/documentaries that are about real issues, disorders, peoples life struggles that is our world. Some people say I like dark movies and I should watch something like hallmark (aka girl leaves the big city to come back to her small home town to help and reunites with high school boyfriend and they live happily ever after, Omgosh Lol). Nobodies life is just hearts and butterflies and if that’s all they show people they’re lying. This film shows this beautiful girl/great family, loving supportive. They have cool jobs and healthy little babies. This beautiful person, girl, mom, wife, daughter who is talented and successful suffers from a mental illness causing depression and becoming suicidal. It’s real, raw and sad. I thought it showed life from her viewpoint and what others saw. Amanda Seyfried (I’ve seen a lot of her work lately and she is becoming one of my favorite actors) is unbelievably amazing. I forgot I was watching an actor. To me this movie effortlessly (not over the top) portrayed how horrible it is for those who have and suffer from a mental illness and also how helpless their loved ones feel who desperately want to help “fix” and truly want to believe “I’m good, really” and the tragic loss of hope when unable to save them. People need to see this.