Frankie & Alice

Movie • 2010 • Drama  Report
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Does an animal die?
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Does a cat die?
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LucienTaylor1
Frankie's child was murdered by her mother.
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One of Frankie's coworkers mentions wanting to throw up from anxiety.
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There are several prominent shots of needles, both in-use and on tables.
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Frankie is in therapy at a hospital for much of the movie.
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There is a long, graphic, accurate, and easily skippable flashback in the laundromat. Genius gets very easily panicked and overwhelmed, therefore panics nearly every time they're out.
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Alice sees a blue eyed white woman in the mirror.
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LucienTaylor1
Frankie is a stripper and hooks up with a co-worker.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Doctors in her psychiatrist's office talk terribly about her multiplicity behind her back. There is also casual use of the r-slur
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One of Frankie's alters is a rich white racist woman named Alice
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Alice makes a comment on Jewish people being "slippery" or liars.
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Alice uses the n word within seconds of switching for the first time, but Frankie is, obviously, Black so the privilege and power structure lines are heavily blurred.
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Frankie describes Walt Whitman as a "racist f/g"
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The opening scene is the aftermath if a car crash.
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