"Strange Voices" (1987-TV)

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  • Published on Jan 21, 2018
  • **Made-for-TV** Schizophrenia drama about a college coed, seemingly well adjusted, who suddenly becomes paranoid, alienating family and friends, hearing "voices" increasingly, and suffering a breakdown. This Originally aired Oct.19,1987 on NBC.

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  • Kathy Lucas
    Kathy Lucas 4 days ago

    I’ve seen this! Pretty good. Thanks for the upload! And YES! Mental illness is a bitch. And there are all different types. Bipolar disorder runs in my family. Medication and therapy have been the answer for us. Also, we’re not in anyway ashamed of it. In fact, we laugh at ourselves. When I was diagnosed my sister gave me a stuffed polar bear. 😂. When she was diagnosed I gave her a bigger one!

  • Antonio Kinsey
    Antonio Kinsey 9 days ago

    What’s the point of all that acting training if they need that “crazy” music?

  • Alicia Sanchez
    Alicia Sanchez 14 days ago

    I was a child when I saw this movie..I loved this actress

  • Katherine's Corner
    Katherine's Corner 14 days ago

    I had a half sister with schizophrenia and at age 21 (I was 5, I am now almost 48), she committed suicide by jumping off a bridge in St. Paul into the Mississippi River. I do have some memories of her, some good and one in particular where after she threw our food off a table at a restaurant, the cops were taking her away and I was screaming at them, "Where are you taking my sister?" I kept yelling that and I still remember seeing her put into the back of the squad car. Nancy did a wonderful job portraying Nikki.

  • Cricket Lee
    Cricket Lee 15 days ago

    Nancy Mckean really liked shoulder pads! Yike!

  • Smitten Kitten
    Smitten Kitten 16 days ago +1

    Schizophrenia is a cruel mental illness. So sad!

  • Smitten Kitten
    Smitten Kitten 16 days ago

    Great movie! Thank you

  • Jamie
    Jamie 17 days ago

    I never want to hear that name again... Nicki, Nicki, NICKIIIIIiiiiiiiiiii

  • cmoneytheman
    cmoneytheman 18 days ago

    why wasnt this called hearing voices

  • cmoneytheman
    cmoneytheman 18 days ago

    I thought last year people who crazy like this girl do they hear voices of people who lived and do they really hear voices or is it all in the mind cause if they do hear people talking can it really be a disorder as long as the crazy person is listening and not talkin out loud nobody knows they talking to they self

  • twenty one pilots Trench

    The music ruined this movie

  • twenty one pilots Trench

    This is really sad

  • Laura Stokes
    Laura Stokes 21 day ago

    the problem is that antipsychotics can cause permanent
    damage to the nervous system and other major
    side effects

  • Beth black
    Beth black 23 days ago

    Closeted Lesbianism is more like it

  • fourjupiter 3812
    fourjupiter 3812 25 days ago

    Read the Bible it helps

  • Brenda Echols
    Brenda Echols 26 days ago

    I can't stand the music. Every time she has an episode it plays.

  • Suzanne Loy
    Suzanne Loy 26 days ago

    I suffer a different mental illness...Severe anxiety and deppression. I'm considered past Bipolar. Many years ago when I was bipolar I use to quit the meds all the time, I'd get well , get a job and then end up sick in the hospital. Till my doc decided that antidepressants weren't for me. Ever since I been staying on the same meds . I run my own sewing /crafts business from home. I don't always make any money but I love it. Mentally ill people are very creative. I make alot of home decor- Pillows and Things 678-629-9562. I don't always feel well so some times certain designs take longer. But the best things come to those who wait

  • SUNMAYDEN518
    SUNMAYDEN518 29 days ago

    that neighbor was a witch

  • SUNMAYDEN518
    SUNMAYDEN518 29 days ago

    i like valerie harper

  • Yvonne Rousseau
    Yvonne Rousseau Month ago

    so sad

  • Sandra Brott
    Sandra Brott Month ago

    I had forgotten how people dressed back then. We had the best clothes.

  • ziblot123
    ziblot123 Month ago +1

    Nancy McKeown was such a doll. I never noticed it until my younger cousin pointed it out to me on that TV show they did. She started out looking kind of clumsy but blossomed, really grew into a beauty.

  • John Lewis
    John Lewis Month ago +1

    The choppy editing & exterior voice over scenes just make it difficult to watch at times... I wish they would recut the original material with the audio clean up software and this film would be much better. Classic 80's television drama should be preserved!

    • cmoneytheman
      cmoneytheman 18 days ago

      wha u mean orginal this is it the voice over wha do that mean

  • luv-furry-friends H
    luv-furry-friends H Month ago +1

    That actress always looks so manly!

  • Amber Hanks
    Amber Hanks Month ago +1

    DONNELY LIKES SCRMS OF THE ONE OFLL NIGHTS

  • Kevin Scott
    Kevin Scott Month ago

    I remember when this movie came on the NBC Monday Night Movie. I was 10 years old.

  • seer16
    seer16 Month ago +1

    I love these old movies but the soundtrack in the opening scenes sounds more like a Disney movie. Not really appropriate considering the serious subject matter.

  • derfer007
    derfer007 Month ago

    This is why it is important to 👏take 👏your👏fucking👏meds.

  • END TIMEs Video Library

    Ahhhh.. Simpler times.. More innocent times.. Back to working on my Time Machine...

  • Mystery No-name
    Mystery No-name Month ago

    Touching movie, really touching😪😪😪👍👍🙂🙂

  • GGALLIN1776
    GGALLIN1776 Month ago

    the camcorder at the picnic is remarkably small for 1987....normally they can be confused with modern grenade launchers.

  • Ziggy Mon
    Ziggy Mon 2 months ago

    Cheeze From The GIT GO

  • foldelops
    foldelops 2 months ago +2

    OLDIES but GOODIES are the BEST!!!!!
    GRRRRREAT Flick...
    LOVE Nancy McKeon & ALL her Movies/TV Roles!!!!!
    She's a NATURAL GORGEOUS BEAUTY & GRRRRRREAT Actress!!!!!
    So...WISH she HADN'T stopped doing Movies/TV!!!!!
    Haven't seen this in a LONG time...
    Thanks for the upload!!!

  • Mary Carroll
    Mary Carroll 2 months ago

    I knew a family where the son, as an adult, was diagnosed with schizophrenia. He committed suicide by jumping off a building. The mom and brother were never the same after that. So grief stricken.

  • Lisa Jones
    Lisa Jones 2 months ago

    im so glad I found this movie,i always liked Nancy McKeon. I cant believe that 30 years later theres still so much shame attached to mental illness. ;

  • CeeCee Williams The Nubian Angel

    I am bipolar and schizo affective. There is no cure. And I did take myself off meds because it seems as if the meds weren't doing any good and it made me sick. My meds was switched so many times until they finally find some that worked. There is no cure, but it can be manageable. It doesn't only affect me it affects my family. And it was a while before they understood what I was going through. People who does not research will not understand how this affect a person. Watch The secret she kept, it's a movie starring Kyla Pratt

  • Adedolapo Alonge
    Adedolapo Alonge 2 months ago

    This is something that I can relate to

  • chip sramek
    chip sramek 2 months ago

    There are really people that liked this shit...Tranny cast, JWO predictive programming at its finest...under the assumption of harmless entertainment.

  • moonewitch
    moonewitch 2 months ago

    They should have put her in an institution. I would have. I know that couldn't handle it. It's always best to know your limits.

  • sheri withdog
    sheri withdog 2 months ago

    Good movie

  • Mo W
    Mo W 3 months ago +1

    Men can be sooo weak contrary to their “STRONG stereotypes 😩left the women to fend for themselves that’s crazy and unacceptable

    • Trippy OG
      Trippy OG 18 days ago

      Mo W they always claim they can do it alone , so it’s their fault lmao , Whiney hoes.

  • Mo W
    Mo W 3 months ago +2

    ANYTHING with Nancy Mckeon in it besides “Facts of Life” (i didn’t like that show)
    IM WATCHING IT

  • neillia vanterpool
    neillia vanterpool 3 months ago

    but , why would the door be unlock in a place like this ...

  • Shanta Fletcher
    Shanta Fletcher 3 months ago +1

    Very sad circumstance for that family ! Schizophrenia is not an " mental illness " ✌per se✌ ..... But it's an demon spirit that controls the will , emotions, & the mind of a person ! It's more spiritual than physical .... That's why scientists came up with the false narrative of the " mental illness " concept , trying to explain away the spiritual . But Jesus Christ himself came in contact with a demon possessed man whom Jesus described of having an " lunitic mind " ...... Today we would diagnosed that man as " mentally ill " & shove dozen of pills down his throat , instead of casting out the demon !!!!

  • Margaret Mosca
    Margaret Mosca 3 months ago +1

    Why does she always wears cloth way to big for her body

  • Tomorrow is NOT just another day

    Mental illness is horrible! If only we can prevent it or cure it, but I don't think we can because once the mind is already made up that's it.

  • Mary
    Mary 3 months ago +3

    BRAIN DISORDERS very misunderstood!

    Take my hand and come with me,
    I want to teach you about BRAIN DISORDERS.
    I need you to know, I want to explain,
    I have a very different brain.
    Sights, sounds, and thoughts collide.
    What to do first? I can't decide.
    Please understand I'm not to blame,
    I just can't process things the same.
    Take my hand and walk with me,
    Let me show you about BRAIN DISORDERS.
    I try to behave, I want to be good,
    But I sometimes forget to do as I should.
    Walk with me and wear my shoes,
    You'll see its not the way I'd choose.
    I do know what I'm supposed to do,
    But my brain is slow getting the message through.
    Take my hand and talk with me,
    I want to tell you about BRAIN DISORDERS.
    I rarely think before I talk,
    I often run when I should walk.
    It's hard to get my school work done,
    My thoughts are outside having fun.
    I never know just where to start,
    I think with my feelings and see with my heart.
    Take my hand and stand by me,
    I need you to know about BRAIN DISORDERS.
    It's hard to explain but I want you to know,
    I can't help letting my feelings show.
    Sometimes I'm angry, jealous, or sad.
    I feel overwhelmed, frustrated, and mad.
    I can't concentrate and I lose all my stuff.
    I try really hard but it's never enough.
    Take my hand and learn with me,
    We need to know more about BRAIN DISORDERS.
    I worry a lot about getting things wrong,
    Everything I do takes twice as long.
    Everyday is exhausting for me...
    Looking through the fog of BRAIN DISORDERS.
    I'm often so misunderstood,
    I would change in a heartbeat if I could.
    Take my hand and listen to me,
    I want to share a secret about BRAIN DISORDERS.
    I want you to know there is more to me.
    I'm not defined by it, you see.
    I'm sensitive, kind and lots of fun.
    I'm blamed for things I haven't done.
    I'm the loyalist friend you'll ever know,
    I just need a chance to let it show.
    Take my hand and look at me,
    Just forget about the BRAIN DISORDERS.
    I have real feelings just like you.
    The love in my heart is just as true.
    I may have a brain that can never rest,
    But please understand I'm trying my best.
    I want you to know, I need you to see,
    I'm more than the label, I am still me!!!!
    ~Author Unknown

  • Sugar Gemsz
    Sugar Gemsz 3 months ago +1

    Thank you for posting.

  • Lady T
    Lady T 3 months ago +1

    This is a serious matter

  • Meade Music
    Meade Music 4 months ago +2

    Why is everyone so hard on the dad? The mom is no angel either. She is a covert narcissist.

  • Jeremiah Woodsi
    Jeremiah Woodsi 4 months ago +2

    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 4 months 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 5 months 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.

    • Karen Hector
      Karen Hector 2 months ago +1

      I don't remember it's been so long since I've seen this movie. Maybe the first time you saw it and you were watching the director's cut and it was later edited out.
      ????

  • Angel Simone
    Angel Simone 5 months ago +2

    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 5 months ago +1

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

  • Maureen Jessica Mary
    Maureen Jessica Mary 5 months ago +1

    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 5 months 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 5 months ago

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

  • Derek Blair
    Derek Blair 6 months 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 6 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 6 months ago

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

  • Soulvigilante
    Soulvigilante 6 months ago +1

    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 7 months ago +9

    Very loving mother.This is how every mother should be

    • Kathy Lucas
      Kathy Lucas 4 days ago

      Rani Selvi Sundaram my mother IS like this. She is my biggest cheerleader along with my husband, daughters and friends. I am bipolar and believe me. Mom can tell if I haven’t taken my meds. And she tells me to take them. 🥰

  • Dany West
    Dany West 7 months ago +3

    Dad in this movie seems very narcissistic

  • Pamela Becking
    Pamela Becking 7 months ago

    Excellent movie!

  • BornToRunBarefoot
    BornToRunBarefoot 7 months ago +1

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

  • E Boogie
    E Boogie 7 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 7 months ago +2

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

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 7 months ago

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

  • dwilloughby13
    dwilloughby13 8 months ago +11

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

    • S DAVIS
      S DAVIS 23 days ago

      +Tangerine Sky333 are you quoting a line, or telling 'dwilloughby13' that.......

    • Tangerine Sky333
      Tangerine Sky333 23 days ago

      You need psychotherapy.

  • Selena Hilson
    Selena Hilson 8 months ago

    30:13

  • sparkle light
    sparkle light 8 months ago

    Very accurate

  • Constance Kreese
    Constance Kreese 8 months ago +3

    My best friend in highschool had a crush on her

  • Just Hannah Banana!!
    Just Hannah Banana!! 8 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 8 months ago

    Good movie! Thank you!

  • C Q
    C Q 8 months ago

    Not watch

  • Glenys T
    Glenys T 8 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 8 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 8 months ago +1

    Big pharma pushes these diagnosis and hollyweird helped them.

  • Amie Matthews
    Amie Matthews 9 months ago +2

    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 9 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 9 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 9 months ago +2

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

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 9 months ago

    can som baly tell me what wrong whith her.

  • MonsterDump
    MonsterDump 9 months ago +3

    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 9 months ago

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

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 9 months ago

    great movies

  • B Saver
    B Saver 9 months ago +1

    The music makes it seem weird

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 9 months ago +1

    i feel said fore the mother.

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 9 months ago

    i think that the husband whas sleeping eround

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 9 months ago

    How many times will she say sorry

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 9 months ago +1

    i feel said fore her

  • Grace Mukemba
    Grace Mukemba 9 months ago

    o my god what is wrong whith her.

  • Sifu Alain
    Sifu Alain 9 months ago

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

  • knk4ever83
    knk4ever83 9 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 9 months ago

    I just realized that the mom is rodah!

  • knk4ever83
    knk4ever83 9 months ago

    The dr. In the beginning was a god send.

  • knk4ever83
    knk4ever83 9 months ago +2

    Nancy McKeon is pretty.. love her acting

  • Kenneth Marrow
    Kenneth Marrow 9 months ago +1

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

  • Beth Palmer
    Beth Palmer 9 months ago

    she got it from her dad

  • Conservativeliberallady99

    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.