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After having visions of Nina, a member of her support group who killed herself, Claire Simmons who also suffers with chronic pain seeks out Nina';s husband. As she uncovers the details of Nina';s suicide and develops a poignant relationship with Nina';s husband, she also grapples with her own, very raw personal tragedy.
It will be a pity if viewers are too put off by the subject to see Aniston's bravura turn, a tour de force that also tells us something about what we can and can't accept in women's performances, our threshold for unlikability and unprettiness.
Despite a formidable and kaleidoscopic performance, there is a sense that the themes of human frailty and the will to heal that inform the film's narrative are beyond Aniston's abilities as a serious dramatic actress.
Aniston isn't the only one doing good work... It's a shame the script lets them down in the end, too.
December 18, 2015
Writer Patrick Tobin and director Daniel Barnz have a made a movie that, despite the clichéd template, manages to hold your interest. The main reason for that are the fine performances, mainly by Aniston who pilots this thing.