10cf746e54 One night after an altercation Frankie lands up in Pearce psychiatric hospital where she is introduced to Dr. I live in NY and here you can find ANYTHING if you research hard enough and I was able to score a DVD copy of the movie to show a select group of friends. If any part of that sentece appeals to you, this flick might be for you. Darryl Scheelar as Waiter Darryl Scheeler as Waiter Rod Conway as Carl Alexis Ioannidis as Celeste Xantha Radley as Maria (Anorexic Girl. Backman Dr.
Full Review… April 18, 2014 Brent Simon Paste Magazine It may be based on true events, but it seems more truly inspired by the star-producer's desire for an ostentatious showcase to demonstrate that her Best Actress recognition didn't Jinx (ouch) a career notable for such post-Oscar calamities as 'Catwoman.' Full Review… April 10, 2014 John Beifuss Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN) "Frankie" is a little thin despite its weighty subject matter, but it has some strong performances amid the predictable psychodrama. Indiewire Newsletter Get the latest IndieWire news delivered to your inbox Subscribe 7 Mobile Apps Every Filmmaker Should Have in Their Toolkit Attention, filmmakers: you need these apps. The film takes place in the early 70s, when Frankie (Berry) is finally diagnosed with, and begins treatment for Dissociative Identity Disorder, under the care of Dr. Seems like Berrys star power should have automatically assured its release. Horoscopes Daily Weekly Monthly Pet Horoscopes . Of course, I could be completely off and this fluctuation in her popularity, credibility and profitability could simply be based on her tendency of which scripts to choose, but if Frankie & Alice proves anything it is at least that Berry is ambitious and willing to keep on truckin' even when the tide is against her.read the whole review at www.reviewsfromabed.net Philip Price Super Reviewer View All Audience Reviews (247) Frankie & Alice Quotes Edna: I've always tried to do the best I could for Frankie. Strassfield Rosalyn Coleman as Pearl Sean Tyson as Rich Fat Cat Melanie Papalia as Tina Kira Clavell as Wanda Joey Bothwell as Trish Adrian Holmes as Cliff James N. Geoffrey Saxs gritty drama based on the true story of a 1970s go-go dancer with dissociative identity disorder was shot in 2008 and, after a decade in development and a year on the shelf, it premiered at the Cannes Film Festival to fairly positive reviews in May 2010 and screened at the AFI Film Festival six months later. Score: C+ "Frankie and Alice" is now available to stream on Netflix.