Claire and Dougal are questioned at the local garrison, and Dougal is treated with hostility and disdain by the British occupiers. Claire lets down her guard, but her headstrong opinions get her into trouble again, and she discovers the true nature of Black Jack Randall when left alone with him.
There's a flashback to "Black Jack" Randall scourging someone, and it very graphically shows the guy's back laid open. Not actually SI, but given the depth of Jack's self loathing and the darkness inside him, one gets the feeling that he's doing it as much to himself as he is to someone else.
At any rate, upsetting, unsettling, and a bit triggering for the likes of myself.
"A travelling medium who uses her psychic gifts to solve crimes has Houdini frustrated, as he can't figure out her tricks. Doyle feels she may be genuine, so he is mortified when she predicts the end of Adelaide."
The medium cuts her arm as a part of a ceremony. It's to tap into her "psychic" abilities but nevertheless.
Alison is again seen self harming. She is in her car when she slices her leg with pen knife (approx. 22 mins); shaking in distress, coupled with not paying attention, leads her to cut too deep. The blood starts pouring out of the cut and she panics - shot moves to her being tended to in a doctor's office.
Rae opens up to her friend Chloe and tells the truth about her summer, saying she wasn't really in France but in a psychiatric hospital after deliberately hurting herself. Chloe asks Rae why she would want to hurt herself but they are interrupted and the conversation is left unfinished because Chloe gets a phone call from her ex asking to meet up.
Rae, the protagonist of the series, is getting readjusted to life back home after she is released from a psychiatric hospital. Her self-harm scars are shown in one scene in which she tries to go down a pool slide and gets stuck.
A two part drama series adaptation of a novel, set in post-war England, which follows the life of a young man after he witnesses his mother's death at age ten.
Self-injury is a recurring event throughout the series from Lewis, the central character, who feels responsible for his mother's death; he resorts to violence and cutting in adolescence, later progressing into adulthood. Multiple scenes of somewhat graphic self-harm in both episodes.
*sub-plot also contains continual themes of severe abuse*
While in solitary confinement, during what appears to be a psychotic break of some description, Scofield punches a concrete wall over and over while repeatedly murmuring 'I put my blood into this' as he does so - blood dripping down the wall; he later smears this blood across the walls of his room.
Two suicide attempts - in one, near the beginning of the episode, Alex is seen in a flashback having slit her wrists in a bathtub (following the disappearance/death of her son); the other is of Iris, who gets Sally, a junkie, to inject her with a fatal dose of heroin and wrap a plastic bag around her head for good measure.
There are also multiple scenes of self harm throughout by various characters (based on a vampiric-type-blood-lust-ritualisation-thing).
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