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Film and TV Titles That Reflect Chronic Illness

Hi lovely people, today we are doing a fun post which is a follow up from my previous post about songs/song titles that reflect chronic illness (which you can find here). This time however, the focus is on film and tv.

I recently reached out on my social media to ask people to give me film and/or tv programmes which reflect their lives with chronic illness. Some of the picks are based on the film/tv title itself whereas others are reflected in the plot.

As with the songs post this has produced an array of answers some serious, some more light-hearted, there is no right or wrong, they are individual choices made by myself or people who volunteered answers. I hope you enjoy…

Films/TV

  • A Million Little Things
  • Afflicted
  • Alone in the Dark
  • Awake
  • Battle Weary
  • Brain on Fire
  • Casualty
  • Death Becomes Her
  • Die Hard
  • Enemy of the State
  • Frida
  • Gone with the Wind
  • Hurt Locker
  • Impossible
  • Inside Out
  • Invasion of the Body Snatchers
  • John Q
  • Lost
  • Love and Other Drugs
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  • Not Going Out
  • Pain Warriors
  • Pieces of Her
  • Prison Break
  • Room
  • Royal Pains
  • Scream
  • Stand By Me
  • The Abyss
  • The Big Sick
  • The Walking Dead
  • Twenty Four Seven
  • Twilight Zone
  • Unrest

What do you think of the list? Are there any you would like to add? If so leave a message in the comment section and I shall add it to the list.

Sarah xx

7 thoughts on “Film and TV Titles That Reflect Chronic Illness

  1. Ooo great idea!

    The Walking Dead – is that because we can feel completely zombified with chronic illness, pain and fatigue? I’m pretty sure I feel like a zombie and they’ve captured exactly how I feel through TWD series! 😆
    xx

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    1. Thanks for your comment Caz!

      Thanks so much – The Walking Dead was given by someone on my social media and I think you are right it’s probably about feeling like a zombie. I can completely sympathise with the zombified feeling especially with the fatigue haha.

      Sarah xx

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  2. Thanks for this, enjoyed reading these. ‘Not going out’ was definitely the one that jumped to mind for me or in my darker moments ‘pieces of her’

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