The best part of the film is how Amanda Seyfried's feisty, haunted (and yes, sexy) heroine lies to everyone she meets, as she does her best Nancy Drew, "five-foot-four, blonde, blue eyes, armed and dangerous" to outwit the yokels and disbelieving adult world beyond her night terrors. Her hiding out in plain sight with some teen girls is hilarious and sweet. There is no twist in the movie - mad love prevails (she throws away her pills and any rational limits) over law and disorder - but a great sense of catharsis. I have never seen such a positive depiction of a young mentally ill woman - this is like Girl, Interrupted, without the interruption. It is Girl, Completed. In time, I believe this will come to be seen as a classic of its genre.