An Audience of Chairs


Action / Drama

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Terry Ryan as Bartender
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Kate Corbett as Bonnie
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817.85 MB
English 2.0
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1 hr 33 min
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1 hr 33 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Cilica9 / 10

Story of Husband Abandonment

The movie is about a women who has a mental illness discovered late. Her husband blames her for a mistake she made leaving their girls alone.. Like so often happens the husband abandons his wife and takes the girls. He gets help to take care of them at his home but couldn't get his wife, the girls mother help while he was gone for months, working?

This is an insight into how women with mental illness are disguarded. It's their fault because they don't take their medication. I see that is a problem, but when she says ''you left me too long'', he turns and leaves her. This is about a selfish partner that turns away, not helping.

Her parents are a great help but not they are older. A story about a women pushed to her edge by an partner and when she snaps, "oh well she should have known, its all her fault."

Great insights into how some family run, how others help, how strangers help. The challenges with mental illness. While we see a unsympathetic husband, this character can be almost anyone who turns away, instead of offering compassion.

Reviewed by ihatebadmoviescom8 / 10

A fascinating look at mental illness and how it affects families

While the topic of mental illness has been portrayed countless times in cinema I think this is one of the better films that I have seen about the illness. Some may take hope as the silver lining in the movie but I see it a little bit different. With a little bit of help and a lot of empathy it seems that we could be helping people in real and meaningful ways. I thoroughly enjoyed the film and got a bit teary-eyed in the last acts.

Reviewed by BandSAboutMovies4 / 10

Motherhood gets another chance

Based on the novel of the same name by Joan Clark, this movie tells the story of Maura Mackenzie has it all - beauty, talent and a career as a concert pianist. But with a husband who is never there and the demands of being a mother, all of the stress of life gets to her. Her husband takes their daughters and she has a full-on nervous breakdown on the eve of her American tour. Can she get her life together or is this it?

Obviously, this isn't the type of movie we cover here all that often, but that doesn't mean that it isn't any good. This tale of dealing with depression and discovering a second chance at motherhood is poignant. It's not a life that I will ever live, but that doesn't mean it isn't worth exploring.

That said - I don't often watch movies where women try to decide if they want to be a mother or allow the ghost of their own mother to talk them into drowning themselves before falling in love with a trucker in Newfoundland.

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