It was about a girl named Hannah who is a dancer starting to prep for her senior year of high school. One of her dancer friends shows her a thinspiration website and Hannah becomes addicted to it. She creates a username "SKINimIN" and is mentored by the creator of the site ButterflyAna. She starts excessive workouts then 500 to 200 to 0 calorie diets until her parents make her start treatment. The majority of the movie is an inner monologue of Hannah's emotions to her anorexia and her inner demon that is ButterflyAna. Typical lifetime over emotional drama with sub-par acting.I haven't heard of it, whats it about?
Did anyone else watch this? It's the type of overdramatic, poorly acted Lifetime social commentary garbage I can't get enough of.
lol the horror movie scene with the butterflies coming out of the closet with the scary music, hysterical screaming mom I didn't like the fact they tried to mix a little bit of suspense in this
Tried to watch it, failed.
On a related note, Isabella Miko who stars in this movie, put that on her Instagram:
"It's a proven fact that most men like curves and don't want to be poked in the eyes with your collarbone. #FashionIndustry unfortunately decided that clothes "hang" better on sticks, but we don't have to follow their crazy logic like sheep, so let's fill up those clothes with some deliciousness"
Just shut the hell up.
If I hear once more person sharing "When did this became hotter than this" and saying that "men love curves"... :chair:
OMG thank you!!
Haha true that - I thought it was interesting and different how they brought in the brother, but I thought the ending was stupid and the whole "possessed online" stuff was strange. I don't know - they made it out that sites turn girls into anorexics when in reality there is a lot more to it than that. Also I thought the mother was overly dramatic and hysterical, but that may just be me.
I read an interview with her where she said that she had struggled with eating disorder in the past. Not that I'm trying to defend these stupid cliche statements, but I guess it might be her way of coping?
No I thought she was over the top too, especially when she was screaming in her daughter's closet. I thought it was funny how she looks at the site and literally one day later suddenly becomes anorexic. It was kind of ridiculous but I have to admit that these type of movies are a guilty pleasure.