Impasses of psychiatry through films: Mommy, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Shutter Island
Les impasses de la psychiatrie a travers le cinema : Mommy, Vol au-dessus d'un nid de coucou, Shutter Island
The treatment of the mental illness in the psychiatric institution raises the question of the human condition within the social body. Filmakers use shortcuts or caricatures, they convey myths and prejudices, but they can also expose a part of realities... Three movies talk about impasses of psychiatry and related issues: Mommy, by Xavier Dolan (Quebec 2014); One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, by Milos Forman (USA 1975); Shutter Island, by Martin Scorsese (USA 2010). Beyond the storyline, these three films recall the limits of psychiatry: first in relation to its role of societal control, then regarding some of these therapies, coercive or invasive practices, such as deprivation of liberty or lobotomy. They also force the psychiatrist to look at the problems of normal or pathological when offering psychopathological models on the edge of madness.
Cinema . Ethique . Film . Liberte . Normal . Pathologique . Psychiatrie . Representation sociale . Societe . Cinema . Ethics . Movie . Freedom . Psychiatry . Social representation . Society . Pathological.
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