This movie needed to be made and is a must see for everyone who has dealt with someone who is either bi-polar or depressed before, because it reminds you that there is hope. My brother is bi-polar and lost his wife, house, and job in a matter of 6 months after going "off the rails" too many times. While I'd say 25% of the theater I was in were laughing at the "funny parts", my wife and I were sitting there watching a very uncomfortable re-ennactment of something we we've "seen before" in real life. This movie reminds you that your loved one will get through it as long as they are surrounded by love, it just takes time. It has taken a few years but I can say that my brother is starting to get his life back together now. It really does happen. Thank you for making this movie. For me it was one of the best "feel good" movies I've ever seen.