Watched Girl, Interrupted tonight. It's a good movie (and it's a good book, too. I read it back in January of this year, and that's a link to the post. I liked the quote there as well.)
It's a movie I want to share with zibblsnrt, even though it's kinda a chick flick, just for the insight into me. I'm not borderline. I'm bipolar, but there's some similarities between the two diagnoses, and I can relate. And the movie deals with what is probably my greatest fear, which is being tossed into a looney bin. In that sense, I can identify with the main character, who was sorta tricked into going into the hospital, because that's my greatest fear. It's a loss of control, and that's probably why it's fearful.
I joked around tonight that I owned three movies about mental illness, four if you counted The Matrix. :) (For the curious, the three are this movie, A Beautiful Mind, and What About Bob?. Don't laugh, that last one got me through some hard times.)
But that's that. Good movie, I recommend it.