Sharing The Secret  [DVD]
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Made-for-TV drama following the family turmoil created by a teenager's eating disorder. Dr Nina Moss (Mare Winningham) has made something of her life, with a successful career as a therapist that has seen her open her own practice. However, her pride and joy is her teenage daughter, Beth (Alison Lohman), who is gifted and considerate. Nina believes that she has a close relationship with her daughter but little does she know that Beth, in the throes of adolescent pressure and self-doubt, has developed bulimia. Will Nina's most trying patient turn out to be her own beloved child?
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It basically tells the story of Beth who is a star student living with her divorced mother, but being in regular contact with her father as well. On the surface it seems they all have a loving respectful relationship in which there seems to be considerable communication and praise for Beth. However unknown to the parents this praise seems to be causing more and more pressure for Beth. The fact that her mother is also a psychiatrists is maybe a little far fetched and it would have made it more interesting if she were to have had a more 'common' job. However as it stands, despite her insight, her mother misses the signs that her daughter is suffering from Bulimia, in fact praising her on her looks when in my opinion she frankly looks ghaunt and pasty. When the truth eventually comes out, obviously the mother is full of remorse at her failings but the film and the main character Beth do well at explaining that as with many eating disorders a lot of it is about 'control' and that no one apart from the patient themselves can take it away from them. It had a somewhat sudden ending and I personally would have liked to have seen a bit more about the help Beth received once she allowed herself to be helped in the treatment centre.
I would certainly recommend this film to anyone who is interested or who has had any dealings with this disorder.
payment was easy could find a single fault with the whole process I to give you top marks 5 stars
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sharing the secret, really opened my eyes, it helped me understand the troubles that bulimia can actually cause. Frustration between family and friends, and damage to my body. Read morePublished on 14 Jan. 2014 by Shez
I have watched the movie many times and it shows so much clearance into the illness and l can very much relate to thisPublished on 17 Mar. 2013 by Gabriele Quinn
Arrived well within the estimated deliver time.
Film was watchable, but storyline was very flimsy. Read more
I loved this movie! There was obviously allot of thought and emotion went into creating this movie but it is absoluly brilliant. i could watch this again and again.Published on 6 Jan. 2010 by Ms. S. A. Holmes
I started watching this film and thought it would be the same old stuff, girls gets sick, girl gets treatment, girl gets better. Read morePublished on 22 Nov. 2008 by Cazzy