"Strange Voices" (1987-TV)

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  • Meade Music
    Meade Music 2 days ago

    Some features are similar to autism.

  • Jeremiah Woodsi
    Jeremiah Woodsi 18 days ago +1

    I had a crush on Tootie Joe and Blair latter but I was young and girls kissing all over me was yucky and Jo rode the dirt bike so I quickly wanted To first Tootie when I was Five❤️♥️

  • J Starr2
    J Starr2 25 days ago

    The medications are great. They work by making them too sick to act out. Apparently they can't hear the voices or have the delusions with a splitting headache or flu symptoms. Get yourself a chick that hears voices crazy in the head crazy in bed.

  • arayahmariah
    arayahmariah 25 days ago

    does anyone know if there is a missing scene? maybe it only aired in the original run of the film in 87? i just watched it on netflix and it wasn’t there either. i can swear it was this movie where they show her living in a place like that facility the mother looked at that had a long waiting list. when the parents were visiting, she told her father that she had been working on models, or designing again, and he was happy and excited to see what she had done, but when she showed him he was very disappointed (but tried not to let her see it) because what she had made was very simplistic and might have even been made of cardboard or something, definitely not the materials she used on the other one at the beginning of the film. was there another movie where the daughter was an architecture student that i’m thinking of? seems like a big coincidence if there was. i can’t imagine 2 such similar movies would have been made, and i feel like it was nancy mckeon in the scene i’m remembering.

  • Angel Simone
    Angel Simone Month ago +1

    The actor who plays the Father was in the 1987 movie Hit The Monster Squad! The actress who plays Nicole was in the Facts Of Life a good TV series!

  • mccartney charlesetta
    mccartney charlesetta Month ago +1

    I love this move. My friend has the same thing. But he take s his meds.

  • Maureen Jessica Mary

    very good fact movie ,unfortunately some people with mental illness can become very aggressive and violet causing family and friends to be too scared to be around then, maybe they shoulve included some of these facts in this movie also

  • Gil Torres
    Gil Torres Month ago

    There’s such thing as over using your brain and college is probably bad for you in that way, maybe our methods of education should be changed cause people are losing their mind lol

  • villagebound61
    villagebound61 Month ago

    Saw this movie a few years ago..i love it ...

  • Celephaïs
    Celephaïs Month ago

    Is it just me or is the windows xp search dog brushing itself heard a couple times in the movie. 55:10

  • Victoria Ferrarini
    Victoria Ferrarini 2 months ago

    I have never seen this movie before. It was fantastic! Nancy is such a wonderful actress. She has proven that no role is too big for her. I’m also really happy they chose to do this topic. Mental illness is a very real and so stressful for so many. It seems to be a story that no one wants to tell. But I think it needs to be recognized and embraced as it is a part of our society. I have never seen this movie before. It was fantastic! Nancy is such a wonderful actress. She has proven that no role is too big for her. I’m also really happy they chose to do this topic. Mental illness is a very real and so stressful for so many. It seems to be a story that no one wants to tell. But I think it needs to be recognized and embraced as it is a part of our society.

  • You Live Here
    You Live Here 2 months ago

    Don't make me have to go there when there's time to do the you know dab pay up

  • Soulvigilante
    Soulvigilante 2 months ago

    1:01:15 says it all. Psychiatry has nothing to improve the quality of life of people with SMI. What they offer are chemical straightjackets that make them less of a problem for the rest of us. And they wonder why medication compliance is so poor among this population, while illicit substance use (particularly meth) is so high.

  • Rani Selvi Sundaram
    Rani Selvi Sundaram 2 months ago +2

    Very loving mother.This is how every mother should be

  • Dany West
    Dany West 3 months ago +2

    Dad in this movie seems very narcissistic

  • Pamela Becking
    Pamela Becking 3 months ago

    Excellent movie!

  • BornToRunBarefoot
    BornToRunBarefoot 3 months ago +1

    No, I don't hear voices. Why are you people on TVclip asking me that question?

  • E Boogie
    E Boogie 3 months ago

    I can totally relate to this movie. My mom was a Schizophrenic. She also showed very erratic behavior. For example I could be in my room watching tv and she would come busting through the door just facing the wall or she would start yelling at me making no sense threatening to call the police. There was another time my mom had a minor car accident hitting the back of someone and the guy she hit said she didn’t get out of the car or anything. She just sat there in her car and stared straight ahead. She was non responsive.
    My mom was put on medication but it seemed like the medication made her worse

    • Shannon Stewart
      Shannon Stewart 3 months ago

      E Boogie so sorry you had to go through that.. mental illness is very sad hard thing.

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 3 months ago

    ik vond zielig voor haar en ik vond ook zielig hoe ze de feest van haar zus had verpest.

  • dwilloughby13
    dwilloughby13 3 months ago

    I don’t suffer from schizophrenia, but I don’t trust that chick that was talking to Jeff either

  • Selena Hilson
    Selena Hilson 4 months ago

    30:13

  • sparkle light
    sparkle light 4 months ago

    Very accurate

  • Constance Kreese
    Constance Kreese 4 months ago

    My best friend in highschool had a crush on her

  • It's Hannah Banana!!
    It's Hannah Banana!! 4 months ago +1

    My aunt has Schizophrenia. The brain can be horrible sometimes, making you feel trapped in your own mind.

  • Hylian Brownie
    Hylian Brownie 4 months ago

    Good movie! Thank you!

  • C Q
    C Q 4 months ago

    Not watch

  • Glenys T
    Glenys T 4 months ago

    A good movie to learn understanding of people's pain and coping mechanism Thanks so much for sharing
    I'm pleased I watched.

  • Angel Simone
    Angel Simone 4 months ago

    So Nicole went crazy over what the fact that people were talking and she destroys the computer she must have shizo affective disorder or something! They should have gotten her tested and put in a hospital for a long time! She had a mental down Schizophrenia is a an illness and something snapped in her brain! I have this and it makes me go insane too!

  • Sunspot Dawn
    Sunspot Dawn 4 months ago +1

    Big pharma pushes these diagnosis and hollyweird helped them.

  • Amie Matthews
    Amie Matthews 4 months ago +1

    I do love love love this movie, but another great Valerie Harper movie (unfortunately Nancy Mckeon isn’t in this one😥) a horror flick called “The People Across the Lake! My mom recorded it when I was a kid and my sister and I watched it all the time!

  • A Sexy Paramedic
    A Sexy Paramedic 5 months ago

    I have borderline personality disorder (bpd) and I totally hate the father for acting that way in the beginning. My parents did and now that I'm on my own, I'm fighting through years and years of mental torment. Mental illness is serious. To all parents, please listen to your kids and get them the help they need. It's nothing to be embarrassed about!
    Thankfully in this movie the parents finally see the light!

  • Denise G- Hill
    Denise G- Hill 5 months ago

    When will they find a cure for Schizophrenia and other serious mental illnesses. Not as well funded or as news catching as cancer cures!!!

  • Tamika Lockley
    Tamika Lockley 5 months ago

    Mental Illness is nothing to play with. It is serious. I know with me having bi polar

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 5 months ago

    can som baly tell me what wrong whith her.

  • MonsterDump
    MonsterDump 5 months ago +2

    I think schizophrenia is a gift, its another sense in a way.... Nancy McKeon killed it in this movie. Good performance.

  • B Saver
    B Saver 5 months ago

    There is no real medication for schizophrenia. Just chemical straight-jacket

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 5 months ago

    great movies

  • B Saver
    B Saver 5 months ago +1

    The music makes it seem weird

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 5 months ago

    i feel said fore the mother.

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 5 months ago

    i think that the husband whas sleeping eround

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 5 months ago

    How many times will she say sorry

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 5 months ago

    i feel said fore her

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 5 months ago

    o my god what is wrong whith her.

  • Sifu Alain
    Sifu Alain 5 months ago

    great movie for any type of medicine one decides to study!awesome movie!

  • knk4ever83
    knk4ever83 5 months ago

    My brother in law has smi... when he's on his meds, you can't tell that anything is wrong with him. He's funny and sweet.. mental illness is hard as hell on the family, and the individual, to deal with.

  • Tessa Krebs
    Tessa Krebs 5 months ago

    I just realized that the mom is rodah!

  • knk4ever83
    knk4ever83 5 months ago

    The dr. In the beginning was a god send.

  • knk4ever83
    knk4ever83 5 months ago

    Nancy McKeon is pretty.. love her acting

  • Kenneth Marrow
    Kenneth Marrow 5 months ago

    Valerie Harper played Rhoda, a spinoff from The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

  • Beth Palmer
    Beth Palmer 5 months ago

    she got it from her dad

  • Emerson EMGEM
    Emerson EMGEM 5 months ago

    Schizophrenia is one of the cruelest diseases out there. It takes beautiful, smart, talented and full of life young people who have nothing but the brightest futures in front of them and robs them of all that and more. One of the saddest diseases too. Thee are many types of schizophrenia with the paranoid type probably being the hardest to treat. Many stop taking their meds in fear they are being poisoned. To them, these fears are as real as night and day. I really hope someday a break thru happens and a cure for this happens. I watched a dear friend in high school lose to this disease right before his friends and family's eyes and nothing we could do. life went on after school of course and we had families of our own. Ten years later he took his two sons ages 3 and 1 to the foundry where he worked on Thanksgiving day to get his bible on the way to his mom's for TG dinner. His pregnant wife sat in the car while he took the boys in to "show them where daddy worked". He threw them into a 2000 degree foundry ladle. Then calmly went and told the security guard what he had done. This was TG 1987 and it will never leave my mind. I know his entire family and there is so much love in that family. It just tore it apart. Like I said to start. A very cruel disease. He like so many had stoped tking his meds.

  • MotivationalMe
    MotivationalMe 5 months ago

    I feel like the transcendental portion of schizophrenia is uncontrolled ability to reason with a gift that the person doesn’t know how to control!

  • MotivationalMe
    MotivationalMe 5 months ago

    My dad whom I loved very much dealt with this! He lived for 68 years and he suffered every day of his life for 48 years. I miss him and this breaks my heart ❤️ watching this. So triggering

  • Brandy Yolidio
    Brandy Yolidio 5 months ago +1

    Who else had anxiety when that music played? I knew she would destroy that fine project...poor thing Ughh I felt so bad for her, I'm so sorry for people have to deal with this.

  • Brandy Yolidio
    Brandy Yolidio 5 months ago +1

    Does it just come out of nowhere like that?? My aunt has schizophrenia and a bad case at that. She showed signs from a young girl my mother said. She started walking and talking extremely early. Taught herself to play several instruments, sew, and some foreign language early also. She completely lost it when her husband was murdered (3 years after the fact) She went missing several times for days, weeks, and then months til in 1989 she went missing permanently leaving behind 2 kids (9 and 7). She contacted my grandmother 12 years later. She hitched all the way to California and was living with an elderly couple as a care taker for them in exchange for room and board. She also told them horrible stories about our family and how she was beat and abused. She even showed them bruises and a broken arm and fractured knee when she met them and convinced herself that our family did it. She stayed with the couple and I heard the wife died and her and the husband began a relationship. She stills lives in a beautiful part of Cali and as far as I know, he pays for her expensive lifestyle of clothes, and dolls. Hundreds and hundreds of expensive dolls and doll house accessories. Never opened, just collected. She is such a sick person, I hope she doesn't hurt him or didn't hurt his wife. She can be nice but can flip like a snake and bite hard, becoming very evil. Do I think she is capable of murder, yes when she is having a swing

  • Kimberley Dawn
    Kimberley Dawn 5 months ago

    Haven't seen this movie in years!

  • Luv Luv
    Luv Luv 5 months ago +1

    Was it cut off at the end ?

  • Carol Berwind
    Carol Berwind 5 months ago +3

    i always thought this actress Nancy was very masculine. i don't see anything feminine about her.

  • Jess Domann
    Jess Domann 5 months ago

    MENTAL ILLNESS SUCKS SO BAD AND UNLESS YOU HAVE IT YOU HAVE NO IDEA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Vivienne Morrison
    Vivienne Morrison 6 months ago

    It's sad but u come away with a sense of hope!

  • Sheila Davis
    Sheila Davis 6 months ago

    I love all the good old movies from back in the day that life time would put on. don't really know what is going on with the movies today though..........just saying

  • Jose angel Flores
    Jose angel Flores 6 months ago

    Schizoid man xxl....really leash...

  • Rudy Iraheta
    Rudy Iraheta 6 months ago

    18:53 view jo fighting like a ninja turtles as she is a raphael

  • Maria Clark
    Maria Clark 6 months ago

    Nancy McKeon played that part. Thanks for sharing

  • loveinspired7
    loveinspired7 6 months ago

    This was such a good movie. Very sad.

  • Lesley DeMattie
    Lesley DeMattie 6 months ago

    The music is so ceepy

  • Shonda B
    Shonda B 6 months ago

    Such a powerful movie

  • Miss Tonya c007
    Miss Tonya c007 6 months ago

    18:56 *HERE WE GO!!!!!! clear the HOWSE!*

  • Valentena Upton
    Valentena Upton 6 months ago

    Miss Perkins played Anne Frank in the Diary of Anne Frank

  • Amy Hill
    Amy Hill 6 months ago

    I wish she would do more movies .she was able to be more than no .

  • The Angry Engineer
    The Angry Engineer 6 months ago +21

    Nancy McKeon acted her tail off.

    • J Starr2
      J Starr2 25 days ago +1

      Acted? McKeon is Irish!

  • xyxyxy
    xyxyxy 6 months ago +8

    If people weren’t so judgmental, diseases wouldn’t be so hard to deal with
    I think the judgement hurts more than the disease itself

  • DaVondre Tisdale Production

    I also made a video of me telling a story about my life living with Schizophrenia. Yall can watch the video on my channel if yall want

  • Celephaïs
    Celephaïs 6 months ago

    Lol the state wouldn't be nearly as lax with people with mental illnesses today

  • TheTVisions
    TheTVisions 6 months ago

    Tricia Leigh Fisher is so underrated, wish we'd see her some more on TV.

  • gina
    gina 6 months ago

    Emotional movie, I love Nancy McKeon as an actress. She did a truly amazing portrayal of a woman with Schizophrenia. Thank you for the upload.

  • christina dann
    christina dann 6 months ago +3

    my daughter suffers through this can be very hard on the family I took nursing so I can learn how to help her and the family through it

  • alvin jones
    alvin jones 6 months ago

    EXCELLENT MOVIE ENJOYABLE WATCH!!!RELATABLE!!!

  • Swollen1
    Swollen1 7 months ago +1

    Has the requisite disease-of-the-week tv-movie moments. Predictable. But. somehow, it does move me. Well played, y'all...

  • Angela Meadows
    Angela Meadows 7 months ago +2

    So. Sad. A. Very. Bad. Illness. Good. Movie

  • MollyTTree
    MollyTTree 7 months ago +1

    It really is like a death, isn't it? Probably worse.

  • Debbie Johnson
    Debbie Johnson 7 months ago +6

    nancy is a great actress

  • Patrick2.0
    Patrick2.0 7 months ago

    Where’s part 2?

  • Abby Mary
    Abby Mary 7 months ago

    Uaa 0

  • jazzi04
    jazzi04 7 months ago +4

    I haven't seen this movie in years, happy I found it's an awesome movie. Nancy McKeon is a wonderful actress. she was awesome in the true story A Cry For Help: The Tracey Thurman Story. Thanks for posting! :)

  • Patricia Johnson
    Patricia Johnson 7 months ago +2

    I like all of her movies and I like the Tracey Thurmon story it took me back when I was in an abusive relationship with my ex husband I glad she got Justice she's a good actress I like her on the facts of Life.

  • Angel Simone
    Angel Simone 7 months ago

    What caused her to go crazy she looks fine to me.

    • Frenchie séverine
      Frenchie séverine 7 months ago

      Schizophrenia is a mental disease.Nikki in the movie is sick and unfortunately schizo symptoms declare at the beginning of the adulthood,at the end of the teen years near 20. Doctors and science don't know exactly which causes this mental disease,maybe it is because of too much stress or a disorder of the brain connections unless it is partly genetical. We don't know for sure the right causes.It is awful anyway because these patients can be very intelligent and know something is wrong in their mind when they are ok and can have huge fits.Very unfair!!

  • dmhtuber
    dmhtuber 7 months ago +5

    That was a marvelous movie. Great story. There are a lot of things the medical and psychological fields don't understand about the human mind and the human being that they are quick to put terms to and labels on because they simply don't understand everything about it and don't like giving the impression that they don't know or understand everything about this condition especially. To say a person has a chemical imbalance in their brain is an extraordinary broad statement that covers just about everything they don't have an answer for.

  • dmhtuber
    dmhtuber 7 months ago +4

    The father is as paranoid as the daughter.

  • L Johnson
    L Johnson 7 months ago +4

    excuses,......devil has no power of the human body,....unless you let him in!!!!!

    • Cat Lover
      Cat Lover 6 months ago +1

      L Johnson oh fuck off!

  • PYTHAGORAS101
    PYTHAGORAS101 7 months ago +1

    it is possible for targeted individuals to have voices transmitted into their skulls.(V2K)
    This is what i suspect real schizophrenia is and some doctors are in on it.
    It's how they get patients and sell drugs.

  • Rudy Iraheta
    Rudy Iraheta 7 months ago +1

    jo, where's blair, tootie, natalie, mrs. garrett? they need a mud bath.

  • cg0825
    cg0825 7 months ago +4

    Sadly the end is all too true. There are good resources but getting them is challenging either due to long waits or issues with health insurance or whatever. Although not schizophrenia, I suffered with some pretty severe symptoms related to severe depression and social anxiety. It paralyzed me mentally and was literally like my mind at war with itself. I had some great treatment that gave me hope but had to wade through some terrible doctors that discouraged me from going back to college and even told me that I would never make it. Anyway I graduated then got my masters 3 yra after and in psych--wonder why? My next venture is hopefully do peer specialist training-to help others, maybe some like Nikki in this movie, from a perspective of having been there and recovered and give hope to others. Recovery is tough but is definitely possible and so worth it.

  • cg0825
    cg0825 7 months ago +7

    Treatment and meds are even better these days. The big problem is compliance and the stigma. Although there is no cure there is treatment and they try to keep individuals in the least restrictive setting possible.

  • Marina Smith
    Marina Smith 7 months ago

    Rhoda!

  • Ruben Puente
    Ruben Puente 7 months ago

    Where's Eddie from facts of life to help her with this ! Lol. He went to the navy. He couldn't take it

  • greg west
    greg west 7 months ago +1

    1:14:34 you think this was good? You ate two plates full, lol

  • dana hummer
    dana hummer 7 months ago +6

    Brother inlaw went to heaven oct 26th cuz his got bad mental heath place woyldnt take him for 6 more months. Rip jay

  • Laura Wion
    Laura Wion 7 months ago +13

    Our son was diagnosed with preschizo-effective disorder. He saw/heard things that weren't really there. He was killed in San Diego on 02/10/17. He was crossing the trolley tracks. Did he think the trolley was a hallucination? We have no way of knowing...

    • Elizabeth Maya
      Elizabeth Maya 2 months ago +1

      Laura Wion I’m so sorry for your loss my most sincere condolences 🖤

    • tom blinzig
      tom blinzig 2 months ago +1

      +Laura Wion Prayers are with you.

    • It's Hannah Banana!!
      It's Hannah Banana!! 4 months ago +2

      I'm so sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace and forever be in your heart.

    • Constance Kreese
      Constance Kreese 4 months ago

      No answer for the question it could've been another hallucination keeping him distracted but I feel for you

    • Charnette Robinson Carr
      Charnette Robinson Carr 5 months ago

      Laura Wion I am sorry for your loss. prayers for you

  • Lisa Tinbliki
    Lisa Tinbliki 7 months ago +7

    Valerie Harper simply the best!