Celluloid psychiatrists tend to fall into a limited number of stereotypes (Schneider, 1987). ‘Dr Evil’ is the unscrupulous psychiatrist who harms others, often his patients. Although common throughout cinema history, this stereotype appears to be becoming more extreme. Recent examples from mainstream cinema, many of which have been shown on British television, and possible clinical implications are discussed.
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