Words on Bathroom Walls explores a high school student’s schizophrenia diagnosis in a way that does not make it a stigma to discuss. If you were to go into the film without knowing anything, I wouldn’t blame you if you thought it was supernatural. We quickly learn that we’re seeing things through Adam’s (Charlie Plummer) eyes. And just as quick, we learn that Adam also suffers from a mental illness. Adam wants to be a…"Words on Bathroom Walls: Charlie Plummer Is A Star"
With a standout performance from newcomer Helena Howard, Madeline’s Madeline lives up to the very definition of art house cinema. Madeline (Helena Howard) is a member of a theater troupe that plays more to the physical side of acting. There’s a lot of method to the director Evangeline’s (Molly Parker) approach. The director’s approach, rooted in improvisation, probably isn’t the best idea for this young woman. Because having been diagnosed with some sort of mental illness, Madeline’s…"Madeline’s Madeline: The Definition of Art House"