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Director Steven Soderbergh focuses on the pharmaceutical industry in his psychological thriller side effects and these.
That's an audience.
Rooney Mara plays a struggling white whose life begins to unravel after few starts taking a new drug to control her anxiety.
What's really sophisticated about this film.
Is that he could have been a kind of heavy handed actually the head of like you have to schedule because of battle we have to rely on them more you know it bit that it's not looking of that.
The film may be cast think about dependency in the popularity of prescription drugs certainly I think.
The people abused.
Prescription drugs you.
-- no doubt about it but also you know they they also help people.
I think it's hard to be something that you can only -- -- your perspective.
You know you can always say that what you would do we have to be aware of the population.
All of you know these enormous money making institutions that they be drug companies -- -- be -- companies whether -- -- You know advertising is -- most prominent and has the ability to see Jesus to think we need -- we don't need.
-- -- -- -- dialogue -- dialogue where there's some place seeing a shrink isn't a bad thing but I think you know when we start to rely upon.
You know drugs to make ourselves feel -- ourselves finance nearly.
I am having a bad day -- really learning how to deal with that day that he.
As a result nobody has -- -- react to a scientific.
-- -- topic is serious we tried to lighten the mood by suggesting that Rooney should take on a lighter role sometime.
Perhaps she could start with Channing in magic Mike to.
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You know they've I don't you would be disappointed -- -- -- company.
This is doing well in Hollywood -- -- Acuna Fox News.
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