God Knows Where I Am (2016) - Documentary, Biography, Drama

Hohum Score

45

Bearable

Through diary entries, this documentary follows the life and death of homeless woman Linda Bishop and her struggles with starvation, sanity and God.

IMDB: 7.2
Director: Jedd Wider
Stars: Kevin Carbone, Matthew Nelson
Length: 97 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 6 out of 31 found boring (19.35%)

One-line Reviews (15)

The subject of this story is very compelling and it shows what can happen in the American nightmare of our care system.

I foundbit boring.

A gripping and sad story about mental illness and the abandonment of one woman who was a mother, a skitzofrenic and a homeless person.

Just pitiful and a waste of a woman's story about her last days and a waste of the viewers time.

Slow - way too long .

Stunning portrayal .

This is a fascinating look into the mind of a psychotic person.

Harrowing and Gripping, excellently produced.

but sad and drawn out.

She broke into an empty farmhouse where she subsisted on apples for 3 months, writing an extensive journal.

So, while I was captivated by the tragedy of this woman's story, it felt too drawn out and left me with so many questions about her illness and the events that led her to that house, that overall I was pretty disappointed.

Stunning, heartbreaking, beautiful.

But 1.5 hours is way too long, since the actual information given takes less than half of that time.

The music fit perfectly; the voiceover was compelling.

The body of a woman is found in an empty house by a prospective buyer who was taking a look inside.