Frankie & Alice - Review

MAD, MAD I TELL YOU Halle Berry has multiple personalities in Frankie & Alice | Halle Berry

In choosing her more serious movie projects — not that there's anything shabby about X-Men! — Halle Berry has a telling weakness for melodramatic Monster's Ball-sy stories about women whose desperate circumstances and sexual rough edges contradict the refinement of the star's own beauty. Here's the latest:Frankie & Alice is a hokey old-school drama of multiple personality disorder based, in the tradition of The Three Faces of Eve and Sybil, on a real case study. Frankie is the presenting patient, a wised-up black stripper on the 1970s L.A. scene whose blackouts and violent personality shifts while bumping and grinding lead her to Dr. Oz (Stellan Skarsgard). He's a white research psychiatrist, but he can't be all square because he listens to jazz records and once studied the effects of LSD.

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