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"Movies are a great medium to improve our mental health and the view of the world we live in today." - QueenB., Host "Movies are a time machine. They give us a window into the past and teach us valuable lessons for our time.

These classics are, in many ways, the foundation of the house we are now standing in." - Henry-C, Host


THIS WEEK: The Snake Pit (1948) Dir. Anatole Litvak WATCH HERE: Starring: Olivia de Havilland, Mark Stevens, Leo Genn, Celeste Holm, Beulah Bondi, and Lee Patrick. An American psychological drama film based on Mary Jane Ward's 1946 semi-autobiographical novel of the same name, the film recounts the tale of a woman who finds herself in an insane asylum and cannot remember how she got there. The film led to immediate changes in the conditions of mental institutions across the United States. In 1949, 

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