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This is a son's story of a bipolar-poet mother with delusions of grandeur who falls into the care of an unorthodox psychiatrist.
Rated for strong language and elements of sexuality, violence and substance abuse.
From Augusten Burroughs’s best-selling memoir, a showcase of high-quality acting (especially from Annette Bening) without much in the way of dramatic coherence or emotional power.
2006-10-20 | A. O. SCOTT | Read the New York Times Review of Running with Scissors
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