A visual wonder. Kerrigan succeeds in making us realize just how skewed our view of other’s can be, especially those with mental illness. This is a topic that films usually seem to exploit, making the person with the mental illness the “bad” or “dangerous” character. This film places you inside the mind of the the mentally ill, while at the same time leaving out many details, making you feel what having such an illness might feel like. You go through the uncertainty and the horror with the character. In the end you’re view is ultimately changed. Powerful work.