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    Carrie (2013)

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    • “Carrie” is a remake of the movie of the same name directed by Brian De Palma from 1976 and also a movie adaption of the novel by Stephen King.

      Carrie is a shy girl who gets bullied by her schoolmates and lives with her obsessively religious mother. After a traumatic experience in the school showers where Carrie gets her period for the first time and, not knowing what’s happening to her, panics, the bullying grows worse. At the same time, Carrie starts to develop telecinetic powers.
      She then is asked to the prom by one of her bullies boyfriend’s who asked him to do that out of feeling guilty. Carrie and the boy are crowned prom queen and king, but one of her bullies empties a bucket full of pig’s blood over her head on stage whilst playing a video of the shower incident. Carrie finally cracks, massacres the whole school and kills her mother, using her telecinetic powers.

      The movie has several scenes depicting self-harm, as Carries psychotic mother self-injures. There are several scenes of her hitting herself or banging her head against a wall, one of her scratching her arm and one, probably the most explicit, of her sticking a needle into her leg.

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