Movie Review: ROSE (2023)


ROSE (2023) is a kind and thoughtful movie that shows what it’s like to live with schizophrenia. It tells the story of Inger, a woman who has schizophrenia.

Inger’s sister Ellen takes her on a bus trip to Paris, hoping for a change of scenery. The journey highlights the complexities of Inger’s mental illness and the challenges she faces.

Inger faces prejudice and judgment from other passengers, especially a teacher named Andreas. But despite these challenges, there are moments of real connection and understanding.

The film refrains from gimmicks and presents Inger’s experiences authentically, allowing us to glimpse into her inner reality.

ROSE is a movie about being kind and understanding. It teaches us to look beyond people’s problems and see who they really are.

A must-see film that will stay with you long after the credits roll, ROSE challenges perceptions and reminds us of the power of human connection.