Shrink

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Incapace di superare una tragedia personale, il più celebre psichiatra di Los Angeles si trasforma in un incallito fumatore di erba senza alcun interesse per la sua immagine e senza alcuna speranza di poter aiutare i suoi pazienti.
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Incapace di superare una tragedia personale, il più celebre psichiatra di Los Angeles si trasforma in un incallito fumatore di erba senza alcun interesse per la sua immagine e senza alcuna speranza di poter aiutare i suoi pazienti.

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Physician, Drug Thyself: Psychiatrist in Hollywood

di Stephen Holden The New York Times

Like smog settling over Los Angeles, a creeping sense of anomie haunts the Hollywood power players and parasites sidling nervously through “Shrink,” a portrait of a disenchanted therapist to the stars and his clientele. Directed by Jonas Pate from a screenplay by Thomas Moffett, based on a story by Henry Rearden, this dissection of a soul-sick community of self-medicating actors, writers and agents would like to think of itself as a contemporary “Play It as It Lays,” only kinder and gentler. “Shrink” doesn’t peer into the abyss as fixedly as “Play It as It Lays,” the 1970 Joan Didion novel or its screen adaptation by the director Frank Perry (for which Ms. »

On the Screen, the Shrink Has Shrunk

di Terrence Rafferty The New York Times

ANY profession whose most famous movie incarnation is a ruthless serial killer with a taste for human flesh has, I think it’s fair to say, something of an image problem. Dr. Henry Carter (Kevin Spacey), the title psychiatrist of Jonas Pate’s “Shrink,” opening Friday, is by every rational standard a woeful specimen of the mental-health practitioner. The doctor does not inspire confidence: he doesn’t shave, tends to sleep in his clothes and is pretty much permanently stoned on pot (sometimes enhanced with substantial quantities of alcohol). »

Seems to 'Shrink' from reality

di Gary Goldstein The Los Angeles Times

Ironically for a film revolving around psychotherapy, "Shrink" doesn't stand up to analysis. Director Jonas Pate and screenwriter Thomas Moffett have turned this strongly cast, potentially smart tale of personal intersection among a mostly rarefied group of Los Angelenos into an irritating and unconvincing slog. It's bad enough that Moffett paints his overly familiar characters with such a broad brush (along with creating one of the least professional shrinks ever), but Pate pushes the wobbly material too hard, as if relying on grand gestures and unglamorous close-ups will somehow make the film's damaged folks more believable or involving. »

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