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Side Effects is a 2013 psychological thriller film directed by Steven Soderbergh from a screenplay written by Scott Z. Burns. The film st...
Side Effects is a 2013 psychological thriller film directed by Steven Soderbergh from a screenplay written by Scott Z. Burns. The film stars Jude Law, Rooney Mara, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Channing Tatum. The film concerns the ramifications of an event following a young woman being prescribed antidepressant drugs
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Director :
Steven Soderbergh
Producer :
 Lorenzo di Bonaventura
Gregory Jacobs
Scott Z. Burns
Writer :
Scott Z. Burns
Stars :
Jude Law,
Rooney Mara,
Catherine Zeta-Jones,
Channing Tatum
 Release date-February 8, 2013
   Emily Taylor's (Rooney Mara), husband Martin (Channing Tatum) has just been released after serving a 4-year prison sentence for insider trading. Shortly afterward Emily, as if in a trance, drives her car into a concrete wall in an apparent suicide attempt. Jonathan Banks (Jude Law) is a psychiatrist assigned by the state to her case and while he fears for her safety, he agrees to release her from the hospital as long as she frequently attends sessions with him. Emily tries a series of anti-depressant medications but they fail to work. Jonathan then talks to Emily's previous psychiatrist Victoria (Catherine Zeta-Jones), whom Emily stopped seeing after she lost her health insurance; Victoria suggests that Jonathan put Emily on the drug Ablixa. Jonathan hesitates putting Emily on the experimental drug until she attempts suicide a second time by almost jumping onto a subway track before a policeman stops her. The medication works and Emily seems to regain her normal life with Martin, except that she begins to have severe sleepwalking episodes. Jonathan monitors her and her case appears to be solved until one night she stabs Martin to death while sleep-walking.
Emily is brought to trial after a thorough investigation. It is revealed that Ablixa is known to have sleep-walking side-effects in patients, and Jonathan fights for Emily's innocence. Jonathan is criticized publicly for fumbling Emily's case and is accused of taking too large of a work load and consulting for drug trials because his wife had recently lost her job and he was unwilling to remove her son from an expensive private school. Emily eventually agrees to an insanity plea deal; she'll be declared not guilty as long as she is held in a mental institution until cleared by a psychiatrist.

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