One of the many things this movie is doing is opening a window into how mental illness is seen and treated and perceived in this country so we can all talk about it.
Katie Couric, The Katie Show
Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.
Howard Thurman (via thebachbook)
"I was looking for a film that could tell a story that would make [my son] feel like he was part of the world."
We are surrounded by differing degrees of mental illness in ourselves, in relatives we love, and in some people that we should fear. I was thrilled to witness this reality addressed so tenderly in the hit movie, Silver Linings Playbook. The movie’s humor cracks our natural defense against "messed up people" so wisdom and insight penetrates into our psyche. More importantly, solutions for the unlikely protagonists come from unexpected places as profoundly flawed people complement each other’s ailments.
Mehmet Oz, M.D., The Huffington Post
Bradley Cooper discusses what Silver Linings Playbook means to him.
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