Write a very brief summary of the movie. Give me some clear evidence that you wa

Write a very brief summary of the movie. Give me some clear evidence that you watched it.
Write a description of how of the psychological disorder and/or the therapy that was portrayed.
Write a critical analysis of how accurate or inaccurate you
found the portrayal of the disorder/therapy. Show evidence of your
knowledge of the psychological disorder/mental illness or the type of
therapy (i.e. include information from class, textbook, and/or references).
Additional Information
Your paper must use at least two (2) scholarly works for support.
You are required to have, at least, Introduction, Sources, and Discussion sections—including any appropriate Headings—for your paper.
Introduction: At least two (2) paragraphs
introducing your film, including a summery of the film, and your
proposed conclusions as to the psychological disorder and/or therapy
that is the topic of your research. Remember: an Introduction does not have a Heading under the APA Style Guide.
Sources: This is a summary of both of your
scholarly articles in support of your subsequent Discussion. This should
be no more than six (6) paragraphs.
You absolutely may use your literature review/summary articles as
your sources section. You may wish to rewrite them a bit after feedback,
but that is precisely what this section covers, so you will already
have a huge portion of your paper written in Step 2.
Discussion: This is the meat of your paper that
lays out your argument for your perspective. It will use quotes and/or
paraphrasing from all of your sources. This will take up the rest of
your page count for the paper.
In the film Split, three girls get kidnapped by a male that has Dissociative Identity Disorder, also known as Multiple Personality Disorder. He is diagnosed with 23 different personalities. And later we see that he has a 24th personality that is extremely dangerous. The personalities that he has are all different, some are male while others are female, some are adults and others are children or child-like.
This disorder is extremely controversial. It is marked by the appearance within a person of two or more distinct personalities. Each of these personalities has its own name and traits. This disorder is fairly rare, with less than 200,000 cases in the US per year.
The movie, Split, does not accurately portray the disorder, DID. However, it did get some things correct. The distinct personality differences were portrayed correctly, as well as, the constant memory gaps that the main antagonist has when switching personalities. Another thing that this movie got correct is the childhood trauma that usually takes place when a person has this disorder. The movie was a bit far-fetched because they altered the entire makeup of our antagonist’s body during a personality shift to create this 24th personality.