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This is one of the craziest, most high energy movies you’ll ever watch. It’s about a 9-year-old who is considered a case the healthcare system calls a “system crasher”: someone who has exhausted every option child protective services has and still failed to get better.
This girl, called Benni, wants to get out of the system and go back to live with her mom, but her mother is scared of her. She is introduced to a new shelter with a social worker who tries a different approach in one last attempt to reform her.
System Crasher is a wild ride, but it’s made with so much heart that the thrills never feel senseless: it’s a movie that will stay with you for a long time.
You don’t watch this as much as endure it. The ending made me angry at having been tricked at watching the movie. It was really not good.
Great movie ❤️ you will live the whole experience as if you are there - I was angry, then concerned then loving then angry again, sometimes I was upset and other times I believed she had changed and was cured. I felt sorry for her relatives then sorry for her as a victim of herself .... such a touching movie, closely resembles the great Canadian film Mommy.
The worst movie ever,
A complete waste of time.
I never have seen such a disappointing movie.
Amazing acting, and oh how heartbreaking! Keep the volume low, her screams pierce the ears.
Actor Helena Zengel gives a very convincing oscar worthy performance. Knowing a "system crasher" myself and growing up with him this movie provides a true to life picture of what they are like and what happens. It does not lie with a quaint ending, but tells the truth, funny at times, but sad to sit through. It is much more appreciated after watching and reflecting upon it.