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Hey Girl!!!
May 20, 2004 06:06 PM 3966 Views
(Updated May 26, 2004 11:01 AM)





Girl! drool… drool

Girl interesting!

Girl interested?

Girl in hand!

Girl in the bush?

Girl sticks like glue?

Girl gives you blues!

Girl, gimme a break!

Girl? Yes, no, maybe!


A bottle of aspirins and a bottle of vodka make Susanna Kaysen’s concoction! (Mine too - minus the asprin, + plus “you-know-who”)

Welcome to the two-year sojourn in the ''parallel universe'' of madness, away from the world of supposedly normal people!

So, how do you get back to normalcy? (From when did people call “being normal” … “normal”???) Get your folks to plan the next 2 years of action at Claymoore – a state-of-the-art psychiatric institution.

The diagnosis?

Borderline personality disorder!!!

A line that best describes you?

A lazy, rebellious, self-indulgent, ambivalent little girl who wants to drive herself crazy!

Come home to a distraught girl's unwilling passage into womanhood. A girl looking into your face with urgent eyes, eyes that tell you something without intending to. A girl’s confused attempt at suicide, which lands her in a mental hospital. An assortment of eccentric characters calling themselves “insane” … so if they are insane, so are you! A misfit – Lisa (Angelina Jolie), a roomie who would do better living in the Land of Oz, a burn victim, bureaucratic staff, a detached psychiatrist and many more deeply troubled creatures who not only become her closest friends, but light Susanna's way back to someone she had lost – HERSELF! Every face has a story to tell but no ears to listen. Every conflict that can be resolved with drama turns melodramatic. All of these intrigue you to think, if that can be called “borderline” what would you be called???


Girl analyses!

 Why does a girl in trouble make her more interesting?

 Why is a girl made to be so goddamn complicated?

 Why is an undomesticated, rule-breaking girl emphatically NOT the correct role model?

 How far is madness from sanctity?

 Why is there something comforting, and even seductive, about insanity?

 Why cant you trust someone who calls you crazy?

 When women are angry at men, they call them heartless. When men are angry at women, they call them crazy! Why?

 Why is “Girl interrupted” rated R?

 Why does my hand have no bones?

 Why do my folks call me incredibly unfocussed?


When Susanna has survived two years inside and is headed home (in the same cab, with the same driver, as when she left), you never have the feeling that she's getting on to a better life, but that she's going to be regulated. No longer feeling interrupted, on her way to fit! : (


Why watch Girl interrupted?

Reason 1: Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie (in whichever order you wanna put it!)

Reason 2: A plot that engages you plot by plot, minute by minute making it very watchable

Reason 3: If you’ve read the book … you aint gonna miss this baby!

Reason 4: You still there? Then go on and comment! : p

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