We were somewhat triggered and did not remember certain scenes but what sticks out to us is that at the end they say the diagnosis of MPD was "viable" at the time Sybil was treated. Is it not "viable" now or at least they should have mentioned that it is now called DIDF but is still a real diagnosis. Also they focused a lot on the fact that the colleagues did not agree with Sybil's T and that the T may have created the personalities. They do point out that the paintings were by different artists but the same hand, though suggesting Sybil was really MPD. But overall we think it led the public to believe that the medical community no longer believes in MPD (DID). That upset us a lot. It is hard enough for us to accept it without them making the public think it does not exist. Very angry over this. Anyone else feel this way about the movie and how it was done and the wording at the movie's end? Or are we just overly sensitive?
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