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The Year Between


Comedy / Drama

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J. Smith-Cameron as Sherri
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David Brown as Mikael
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Wyatt Oleff as Neil
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881.82 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
P/S 21 / 60
1.77 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
P/S 13 / 67

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by FilmFanatic20238 / 10

A sensitive and honest portrayal of bipolar disorder

The Year Between is a semi-autobiographical film written, directed and starring Alex Heller as a young woman who drops out of college after being diagnosed with bipolar disorder. She returns to her hometown and tries to cope with her condition while reconnecting with her family and friends. The film follows her ups and downs over the course of a year, showing how she deals with medication, therapy, relationships and self-discovery.

The film is a refreshing and realistic depiction of mental illness that avoids clichés and stereotypes. Heller gives a brave and nuanced performance as the protagonist, who is not defined by her disorder but by her personality, dreams and struggles. She is supported by a strong cast of actors who play her supportive parents, loyal sister, understanding boyfriend and quirky best friend. The film also has a warm and humorous tone that balances the drama and makes the characters more relatable.

The Year Between is a heartfelt and inspiring film that shows how one can overcome challenges and find happiness in life. It is a testament to the power of love, family and friendship in times of crisis.

Reviewed by mark-1832610 / 10


Sobbed, laughed, hugged my mother when it ended. The kind of film that makes you love indie moviemaking. :]]]]]]]]]]] alex the director and star is such a talent and the performances are phenomenal.

Reviewed by nickiharris-854227 / 10

Fantastic acting

The lead is so incredible (well the whole cast is honestly) but so realistic, this is very much like real life, and I was really blown away and how true it all felt. It can be a bit heavy of course, it's not a light hearted comedy, but it has a lot of humor in it for sure. For anyone who has gone through hell in college, struggled with mental illness or just the pain of life and family (so all of us) this really feels on point. The lead is so good in this, I never saw an actor acting for even a minute, I felt like this is a real life person going through it the entire time I was watching this movie.

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