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My Summer of Love

Natalie Press, Emily Blunt, Paddy Considine, Dean Andrews, Michelle Byrne, Paul Antony-Barber, Lynette Edwards, Kathryn Sumner
Sigmund Freud | Friedrich Nietzsche | psilocybin
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Student Tamsin asks artist Mona, referring to Mona’s pub-owner brother Phil, “Is he completely mad?”
Referring to Sadie: ”My sister died of anorexia.” (0:12)

Tamsin asks Mona, “Have you read Nietzsche?... Nietzsche would string him up.”
“Or Freud.”
Mona: “I’m gonna... churn out all these kids... with mental problems...” (0:14)

Tamsin tells Mona, “This is my loon mother’s rehearsal room.”
”This is Sadie’s room. It’s actually turned into a bit of shrine, because my mother wanted to keep everything exactly as it was.” (0:27)

Tamsin tells Mona, “If you hear any strange noises in the night, don’t panic.” (0:28)

Tamsin describes her sister’s demise to Mona: “She couldn’t smile anymore because she was throwing up all the time, and the vomit acid made her teeth go all yellow... I miss her so much.” (0:35)

Mona tells Tamsin, referring to Mona’s singer boyfriend Ricky, “He had dead mad eyes...” (0:41)

Tamsin tells Ricky’s wife, referring to Mona, “Basicly what he did was he just got her completely wasted and took advantage of her. She’s now clinically depressed, as you can see... She’s just catatonic...” (0:45)

Tamsin finds a bag of mushrooms in Sadie’s room. She and Mona eat them, leading to a psychedelic trip. (0:57)

Mona tells Tamsin, “If you leave me, I’ll kill you, and then I’ll kill myself.” (1:01)

Woman in Phil’s congregation: “We just pray... that you will start to untangle... that confusion in her mind, the tangled mess of emotions.” (1:13)

Phil enters Mona’s room to find her hanging by the neck in an apparent suicide attemp. (1:14)

Tamsin calls Mona “You... crazy bitch!” (1:23)