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Oscar-winning 1948 drama about mental illness, hailed on its release as brave and groundbreaking. Olivia de Havilland stars as Virginia Cunningham, a young woman with an outwardly normal life, married to a loyal, kind husband, Robert (Mark Stevens). When Virginia's behaviour becomes increasingly erratic, her husband seeks professional help, and Virginia is referred to the state mental institution, a harsh, overcrowded hospital where residents who do not agree to 'realign their thinking' are threatened with the 'snake pit', an open ward to which the most severe cases are consigned. The story is told in flashback as Virginia, who on her arrival at the asylum cannot remember how she came to be there, gradually recounts her sad tale to the one compassionate member of staff in the place, psychiatrist Dr Mark Kick (Leo Glenn).
A well acted film with good stars telling stark story of mental breakdownPublished 6 months ago by Brian Twigg
Product in condition as described and excellent fast delivery. Highly recommended.Published 10 months ago by Brian Bethel
One of film making classics. An interesting insight into insanity and the care of mentally ill patients in the 1940s.Published on 5 Feb. 2013 by P K Acornley
excellent film about a woman that is mentally disturbed Olivia DeHavilland plays an excellent part in Snake pit - she was also Oscar NominatedPublished on 13 Jan. 2013 by abbaman
Virginia (Olivia de Havilland) finds herself in a mental institution. Dr Kik (Leo Genn) takes on her case and tries to help her recover with the help of her husband Robert (Mark... Read morePublished on 20 April 2011 by Alex da Silva
At first I thought, I am not sure I can watch this regularly, but as the film went on and then it ended, I have decided it is a good film and worth keeping to watch again. Read morePublished on 8 Jan. 2011 by Marianna