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Plot: Olivia and Matthew Grey are 18-year-old twins born into a world of privilege and high expectations. There are almost no boundaries between them; even their dreams are connected. Runtime: 95 mins Release Date: 18 Jul 2017
As a person recovering from anorexia, I have to say that this is the BEST eating disorder movie that I have seen. It's such a shame that it came out so closely to To The Bone, because Feed is the movie that needs to be getting all the mainstream attention, not TTB. Feed does a wonderful job of portraying what living with an eating disorder is like without romanticizing the disorder or throwing out unnecessary behaviors. Of course as an eating disorder movie it has the potential to be triggering to eating disorder sufferers, but I think that they handled everything extremely well so that <more>
everything is as realistic as possible while still being as little triggering as possible. I think it was an AMAZING connection of how they portrayed Olivia's eating disorder as her deceased twin brother. That is EXACTLY what an eating disorder is! A trusted voice that you can't even see the harm in because you find so much comfort in it. The eating disorder was so incredibly hard for Olivia to let go of because letting go of it was also letting go of her brother. AMAZING. Perfect portrayal of what an eating disorder is like. I also loved how the focus was not on Olivia's weight loss or behaviors or body or anything. It focused on the root of the disorder, which is the part that everyone can relate to. Everyone's disorder is different because of different behaviors or body types or whatever, but we can all relate to the dangerous voice in our head disguised as a comforting friend. This movie did everything right. I cannot praise this movie enough. 10000000/10 and beyond for sure.
Very unexpected twist bringing new light to mental illness, anorexia and what it feels like. (by joannakaczor)
What an amazing performance and script showcasing our inner demons and battles. Troian brought a different light into inner struggles and hopefully, this movie will bring more awareness and less taboo about mental illness. Watching movies like these is what makes you feel more comfortable about speaking your truth and finally bringing a new perspective and openness towards battles a lot more people than we would like to admit, deal with. Definitely an amazing debut for Troian Bellisario as screenwriter and producer.
A film of truth (by lisablanchard-51436)
I have to say, as an aspiring writer who has been failed by society and its twisted way of diminishing mental health, I am in complete awe. I knew Troian and Tom were something but this is beyond. Rarely have I seen movies that depict mental health from a place that is so real. Rarely have I seen movies that show the ugly as beautifully as Feed does. I knew of Troian's history with mental health from what she has mentioned in interviews but honestly had I not known, after watching Feed, I would still know. There seems to be an authenticity to art when it comes from experience. There is a <more>
truth that however long you study a case, you can never truly understand and portray have you not lived through it yourself. I know too much how tough writing about certain things can be and that is also probably why I am so touched by Feed. Troian, you did all of this so courageously and I personally thank you for it. Tommy, your directing is so unique and delicate, I look forward to seeing more features of yours. Also, props to Jennifer Vecchiarello for the editing. I can oddly tell that this film was made for good reasons, and that makes it earn so many points.
A really beautiful and haunting movie about a serious subject (by Clori333)
This is a really beautiful and haunting movie about a serious subject. I feel like I actually understand a tiny bit what having an eating disorder would feel like even though I've never been through it myself. The cinematography was superb, and so was Troian's acting. I was captivated by every moment in this film, which is an extreme rarity.
Great movie re struggles of loss and ED - well acted and written (by leestein)
I really enjoyed this movie. I felt the acting and writing were both very well done - the story really took you with her into her world and descent into what manifested as her eating disorder which is why I think the falling metaphor is used throughout and the struggle to try and climb back up. I felt the relationship with her twin brother and the use of his character to illustrate her fall was well executed. I did have a bit of a struggle with their relationship at times. There were glimpses of something more, almost incest, but you know that is just from her mind so was there something to <more>
that potential story line? He seemed very angry with her at the party when he saw her with her boyfriend - more so than I would think would come from a 'protective brother' anger and I was left with that question, unanswered by the movie. Was he that angry because there were feelings of closeness that went beyond 'normal' between siblings or was it something else? I also was left with a few questions about Casey's character - similar to those another reviewer already mentioned. Still, I enjoyed the movie very much. I thought the ending was well done and true to struggles with ED or and other mental disorders, such as depression/anxiety. There's no quick fix or "cure" - there is always a struggle of some form.
Accurate to suffers' experiences with ED's (by graceeheslin)
I have struggled with anorexia; and I found that this film really captured the emotional struggle of the illness. It explored the mindset and what goes on inside the persons head very well, and I hope it helps others understand what the disorder is really like to go through. I found it very relatable and sensitively done. It was also nice that they didn't really talk about weight, as for many it has nothing at all to do with weight/ appearances. It is often a coping strategy as seen in this film. Very well done.
Accurate. (by grace_mijares)
I have been dealing with an eating disorder almost my whole life, I've seen many movies and documentaries about it, and this one is the first one that perfectly captures the feeling i have never been able to express out loud. Troian did a brilliant job telling such a emotional story, which is also based on her own struggle, i applaud the intimacy she shared with the public, and im sure this film will help people understand what having an eating disorder truly is about: control.
One of the best portrayals of an eating disorder I've ever seen (by laurenpezza-xx)
It's hard not to review this film without comparing it to To the Bone, due to them tackling the same subject matter and coming out so close to one another. But watching To the Bone first really enabled me to put my finger on what it was I liked so much about this film, and why it was so different to other portrayals of anorexia I've seen. It really allowed you to get into the mind of the sufferer, and drove home the fact that it is more than just not eating, that it is all consuming and that it becomes your reality. Where I saw To the Bone as a kind of surface level exploration of the <more>
disease and the way it's perceived by others, that ultimately added nothing much to what people already know about it, you can see that Feed was created with the sole intention of allowing people to empathise and understand this condition more. It let us get into the mind of the individual rather than just watch them, and not once did I feel as if it was used as a plot device or a quirk to drive another story.Anorexia never had to even be said out loud, and yet we saw it through Liv's visions of her brother, who I suppose is the physical incarnation of the voice that an individual hears. The way it was done was very clever, and less obvious. The whole thing was beautifully shot, acted and written. Lastly, I thought the ending was very, very realistic and true to how an individual with an ED really moves on with their life, and the nature of recovery.