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  • Actors: Rebecca Hall, Michael C. Hall, Tracy Letts, Maria Dizzia, J. Smith-Cameron
  • Directors: Antonio Campos
  • Producers: Melody C. Roscher, Craig Shilowich
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Universal
  • DVD Release Date: 27 Feb. 2017
  • Run Time: 119 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B01MSGZRP4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,690 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Rebecca Hall and Michael C. Hall star in this biographical drama directed by Antonio Campos. The film tells the story of Christine Chubbuck (Hall), a Sarasota television news reporter relentlessly pushing for a promotion at her male-dominated network. With her boss Michael (Tracy Letts) demanding she chase more exciting stories in a bid to boost ratings, Christine begins to feel the pressure as her determination to provide meaningful social justice reports coupled with her lack of on-screen personality begin to damage her chances of achieving her goals. After then turning down the advances of her co-worker and long-term love interest George (Hall), Christine's world begins to unravel as feelings of loneliness and depression begin to push her over the edge.

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I had heard of this, but didn't know any of the details. The movie was totally on point when it comes to creating the 1970's atmosphere. As someone who has tried to commit suicide more than once before, I felt it was sympathetically told, but was unable to convey the depth and complexity of how it feels to be in that situation. It is very misunderstood, even within the mental health discipline. It is sadly not ever going to be eradicated. Rebecca Hall was amazing as ever. Definitely recommended viewing.
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Christine Chubbuck was a person with depression, or possibly bipolar illness. She was well educated and financially comfortable, but her interpersonal life was in shambles. In the film, her behavior was strange and sometimes bizarre. People keep asking her, "Are you OK?" She always assures them that she's OK, and they believe her. Even if they don't fully believe her, they have their own problems, and they move on to other matters. Rebecca Hall is an excellent actor. She resembles Christine Chubbuck physically. This is a difficult movie to watch, but I felt that the acting was strong, and the message was important.
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A great movie and a wonderful character study of this ambitious and troubled young woman. Left me very moved and saddened but I'm glad I was able to see this. They have captured the early 70's atmosphere perfectly from the music to the clumsy recording equipment, great time piece and character study. Highly recommended as we may all know a Christine. M
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Christine is an incredibly powerful film, and one which I expect will stick with me for a long time. Having already researched the true story in the past, I knew roughly how the film would play out, but that did not take away from it in the slightest. Rebecca Hall is simply outstanding in this role. I really cannot praise her enough. The portrayal of Christine's body language is excellent, and Hall really makes the role believable. The Blu-ray itself is so-so, with the main menu being a little simplistic and not too obvious which icon is which section. In terms of special features, only the deleted scenes are present, which are well worth a watch, however I feel this release could have done with a commentary, as the US DVD release has. However, this does not take away from the 5 star rating I am giving this film. I would really recommend giving it a watch, but beware, it is incredibly harrowing and depressing, and should not be watched when in a fragile state of mind.
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"Christine" tells the story of real life Florida news reporter Christine Chubbuck, played here by Rebecca Hall, who has never been better. If you know anything about Chubbuck, you know that this will not be a film with a happy ending. I won't spell it out here, but let's just say this is one of the most affecting films made about depression in recent years. As someone who has suffered from debilitating bouts of depression myself, I can only say that everything about the film and Hall's superb characterisation rings true, and as such the film is at times pretty hard to watch.

But it's not a depressing film: it is shot through with moments of humour, and features extremely likeable supporting performances from Michael C. Hall, Tracy Letts and the great J. Smith-Cameron as Christine's hippy mother. The directing is first class, and this is an astonishingly mature film from such a young director. But most of all this is Rebecca Hall's achievement. She is in almost every frame, and she shows us so many sides of Chubbuck's character: smart, driven, naïve, sardonic, childlike, desperate. . . it's all there, and it adds up to a hugely sympathetic portrait of a woman whose submerged demons ultimately get the better of her.
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