Sally Hawkins is superb as a schizophrenic woman coping with a hallucinatory existence in this bold, sometimes hilarious and disturbing exploration of mental illness.

Beset with anxieties both real and imaginary, June has a life of constant struggle. Pills offer a possible solution and her relationship with vagrant musician Mike might be another. But does the medication and even love just exacerbate June's delusional state of mind?

Running time: 1h54, including ads and trailers.

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