Diagnosing a man who has travelled back from the future and who, in the present, speaks of the future as the past causes no problems: paranoid schizophrenia. Thus is Bruce Willis misunderstood in Twelve Monkeys (1995). Neither this, nor Brad Pitt as a patient with schizophrenia should distract us; once more we have a film in which a psychiatrist develops a dubious relationship with a patient. Despite evidence of the destructive impact on patients (Russell, 1993; Jehu, 1994), in films it has become almost normal.
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