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The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Based on the best-selling novel, The Perks of Being a Wallflower follows Charlie, who shows signs of PTSD, depression and anxiety. Charlie starts high school and is taken under the wings of two seniors.
Barry Egan, played by Adam Sandler, has social anxiety. Barry falls in love with a friend of his sisters and after calling a phone-sex line, he ends up getting chased for money.
After leading a sheltered life, Amélie goes to work at a Parisian cafe. In an unlikely chain of events, she finds a box containing a schoolboy's long forgotten mementos. Her social anxiety prevents her from directly interacting with people, but she finds joy in affecting people's lives from afar.
The King's Speech
The story of King George VI of Britain's ascension to the throne and his experience with a stutter and anxiety. The movie focuses on a speech given at the outbreak of World War II.
Nature of Things. Secret Fears: Phobias
This documentary explores a wide variety of people who suffer from phobias and anxiety disorders shows the strides being made by different forms of therapy to help conquer these fears.
Please note that these films do not necessarily portray the experience of any or all individuals who have anxiety.