Spoiler Alert! Review: First and most, if you are explicitly watching this film for the raging lesbi sex scene, then there’s obviously something sick about you. This psychological rampant film covers turmoil’s that many of us have encountered in our present life. Not necessarily seeing objects that aren’t there, not schizophrenia of any degree, but dealing with finding ourselves during hard trials. Fighting ourselves for the role we have to play during hardships. In this case Portman has to be someone that she's never been in her life. We portray or carry out somebody we aren’t simply because at that exact moment, it’s the only way to survive emotionally–The whole “putting on a smile in the morning when you’re really dying in the inside.” Portman’s performance from beginning to end is mind blowing. Her character is stiff but fragile at the same time; it bounces from beginning to end. I couldn’t stop myself from stuffing my face with popcorn. It was that freaking intense. And Kunis also adds fuel to this movie. Her flamboyant character is more than necessary, it’s ideal for this thriller. Sometimes you have to throw in the towel and stop the fueling that your having within yourself. Regardless, a part of you will always be a winner and lets face it, you can't win them all. Unless you're playing Nina in this movie, you're not perfect.Well I don’t want to spoil the movie any longer, but this Indie film is a must watch. Movie of the Year hands down. Peace.