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Mental Illness in the Media

Summary: How the metally ill are seen in the way of other viewers. Discusses the movie As good as it Gets.
Mental Illness in the Media

As good as it Gets is one of the best movies out there that shows us how the mentally ill are treated and viewed as an individual. This movie starring Jack Nicholson shows how the mentally ill can be viewed both seriously and in a humorous manner. In "as good as it gets" the mentally insane are viewed more in a negative light, than a positive one. This is partly due to how Jack Nicholson's character treats the surrounding people. He says what he wants, tries to intimidate others and has no respect for anyone else but himself. In the "real world" you notice how the mentally ill try to avoid people every time they can. As seen in the movie, Jack Nicholson does everything possible to avoid dealing with people.

If the director were to have showed the mentally ill in a...

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