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The self-centered brat at the center of Prozac Nation spends most of her time making life miserable for everyone around her, but there's little reason the public should have to pay for the same ...
Much like I imagine spending time with Wurtzel herself, Prozac Nation is a laborious, annoying, and wholeheartedly repulsive experience.
I think I should start by stating that I was hungry for this film, the book Prozac Nation, which chronicles Elizabeth Wurtzel's battle with depression, meant so much to me and each delay to the film (and there were many) only served to increase my desire to see it. Then I watched it . and from the opening scene my heart sank.
Jun 13, 2003 · Directed by Erik Skjoldbjærg. With Christina Ricci, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Jessica Lange, Anne Heche. A young woman struggles with depression during her first year at Harvard.
- Erik Skjoldbjærg
Directed by Erik Skjoldbj�rg, whose debut was 1997's bleak and depressive thriller Insomnia (remade in 2002 by Christopher Nolan), Prozac Nation mutes everything around Elizabeth; she is a soul-sister to the daylight-haunted Stellan Skarsg�rd in Insomnia -- both wander, baffled and distrusting themselves, through an atmosphere that doesn't seem quite real, that always seems a little off.
The brat at the center of "Prozac Nation" makes life miserable for everyone around her, but there's no reason the public should pay for that privilege. Star Christina Ricci gives a smart...
Prozac Nation (United States/German, 2001) A movie review by James Berardinelli Whatever its flaws, one can certainly not accuse Prozac Nation of avoiding risks.
- Erik Skjoldbjærg
- Christina Ricci
Prozac Nation is a 2001 drama film directed by Erik Skjoldbjærg, starring Christina Ricci, Jason Biggs, Anne Heche, Michelle Williams, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and Jessica Lange. It is based on the 1994 autobiography of the same name by Elizabeth Wurtzel, which describes Wurtzel's experiences with atypical depression.