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As Good As it Gets
Melvin Udall a novelist who has OCD. His mean attitude is changed when he has to take care of his neighbors dog and meets a waitress.
This film follows the life of multimillionaire Howard Hughes as he tries to enter Hollywood and his passion for flying. It is thought that Hughes had OCD before it was a common diagnoses.
This movie is based on the novel by Eric Garcia. Roy and Frankie are matchstick men—con artists. Roy has OCD, which shows when he stops taking his medication. Frankie wants Roy to help him on a tricky con, but Roy finds out he is a dad to a teenager.
Living With Me And My OCD
Claire Watkinson's look into the daily life of an OCD sufferer paints an inspiring and relatable picture of coping with the disorder.
UNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie
Six kids with OCD share how they learned to face their fears, stop their rituals and regain control of their lives.
OCD: The War Inside
This documentary follows the lives of multiple individuals who have OCD. They speak about their rituals and obsessions and how they live with them.
OC87: The Obsessive Compulsive Major Depression Bipolar Asperger's Movie
Mental illness interrupted Bud Clayman's dream of film making. Thirty years later, he makes the movie of his life by exploring his multiple disorders and how he tries to work with them and overcome them.
Please note that these films do not necessarily portray the experience of any or all individuals who have obsessive compulsive disorder.
TV Characters with OCD
Adrian Monk-Monk (pictured above)